What would you do if you found a bottomless source of money? This is the question explored in the new novel Job Card by Maurice White.
Staten Island, NY (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
What would you do if you found a bottomless source of money? This is the question explored in the new novel Job Card (published by AuthorHouse) by Maurice White. Hutch, the novel’s protagonist, stumbles upon a windfall in a New York building, and the rest of the novel chronicles his adventures that follow.
You never know what lies under your nose or even in the very city that you work in. Everyday people go on the nine to five. Some one like the local garbage man may have his life changed from the ordinary to something unusual in just a blink of an eye or being in the wrong place at the right time
Posing the question what would you do with three unlimited funded untraceable black credit cards!
Along with the three credit cards, Hutch finds three bottles of experimental cologne, each marked with a different color lid. One bottle makes women angry at the wearer; the next makes women frightened. The third bottle of cologne makes the wearer irresistible to women. With these advantages, Hutch’s natural inclination to make people laugh and play pranks is given free reign.
When Hutch and his friends go out to celebrate at a strip club the night will be unlike any other. From meeting a woman with commitment issues to dealing with the mobsters that run the club, Hutch and his friends will have to survive an evening of exciting parties and terrifying car chases.
About the Author
Maurice White is a hardworking man who would give anyone a helping hand, a kind word or a good laugh. A generous man, he has driven during his career nearly anything with wheels.
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