New York, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2005
Everybody buys lotto tickets after hearing the admonition, ÂHey, you never know,Â or ÂYou canÂt win if you donÂt play.Â People want to strike it rich, but overlook the odds against winning, which are astronomical. But suppose the mega-lotto game happens to be fixed. In this scenario, thereÂs no chance of winning. ÂDonÂt Bet On ItÂ is the novel of just that possibility, where the theme might well be, ÂYou canÂt lose if you donÂt play.Â
A suspicious murder in Baltimore damages Presidential candidate Jim Collins, who is suspected of the crime. His opponent, Tom Brown, who was down by ten percent in the race, is now being sworn in as President of the United States. Before long he proposes a national LOTTO and soon, people everywhere are playing and winning, maybe too many.
John Kuzinski, a computer consultant from Buffalo, suspected foul play in the election and now something about the national lottery bothers him. Something just isn't right. He doesnÂt even play Bingo but somehow gets involved in the Lotto program. Soon, he discovers information about the lottery that is revealing and upsetting. People he knows are getting murdered and John wishes he'd never gotten involved.
ÂDon't Bet on ItÂ is a novel of gambling, statistics, deception, computers, fear and food. It is an intriguing and revealing look into the national lottery program, the history, and how one man can manipulate the entire system. Should you buy a lotto ticket? By all means, you may want to read this book first.