Today’s Featured Kindle Book of the Day is The Twenty Dollar Bill , by Elmore Hammes, and is just $3.99 in the Amazon Kindle store; this book has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 81 customer reviews.
Category: Literary Fiction / Contemporary Fiction
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
Follow the path of a twenty dollar bill as it is stolen, given, spent or otherwise passed from person to person, traveling from place to place.
No bombastic explosions, steamy sex scenes, political intrigue or cosmic encounters. Just slices of life from the people you walk by every day – glimpses into how ordinary people interact, how they think, how they feel and how they love.
A contemporary novel exploring every day interactions and relationships.
Elmore Hammes is primarily a writer of fiction. His short stories have appeared in publications ranging from obscure e-zines to nationally distributed magazines. His writing is as eclectic as his reading habits, including young adult fantasy, science fiction, contemporary literature, humor and superhero stories.
He participates in Mainstage Community Theatre in Anderson, Indiana. His favorite roles would include Jonathan Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace, Professor Marvel in the Wizard of Oz and Uncle Barnaby in Babes in Toyland.
Twice a year, he goes on mission trips with St. Patrick’s Church of Oxford, Indiana to help build homes in Mexico.
He shares his home with two cats, Chuck and Snuggles, although Snuggles does not acknowledge Chuck’s existence. He volunteers for the Animal Protection League in central Indiana, and is currently fostering Holly, who was unhappy with being caged at the shelter. If she decides to play nice with the current residents, she may just stay!
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