Winning Numbers

Winning Numbers : An Introduction to the Riley Family

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He is a scientist, secretly winning the world's major lotteries. The Russian mob wants him dead. She is a single parent on the run from a drug lord. Nobody in law enforcement believes her story. He and she find each other as predators from around the globe unite against them. Soon a lottery's one-in-ten-million odds look better than the chances of staying alive---unless, of course, you're a Riley. --- Good Christian parents make a big difference in their children's lives. What if a family had two consecutive generations of such parenting? The result might sometimes resemble the Rileys --- a remarkable family that together confronts remarkable threats. The Rileys pray hard, work hard, and fight hard. As families go, the Rileys are a close one. They have to be, given the dangers surrounding them. Now the Riley Family must make room for two new members, neither of which knows it yet. First, though, the Rileys have to keep these two persons alive. Even for Rileys, that part won't be easy.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 496 pages
  • 190 x 235 x 25mm | 844g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514699443
  • 9781514699447

About Randall Jarmon

Randall Jarmon has followed such an unusual path that few authors will tell a story the way he does. He started out as an English major at heart, but ended up with an engineering degree, instead. In his opinion it was a lackluster engineering degree, but it sparked his lifelong interest in technology. Although he is a committed civilian, he got more than his share of elite military training. Imagine someone becoming both airborne and ranger qualified, but not liking army life much at all. He has worked in a world class manufacturing setting and a world class R&D center. Part of the fun for those with technical backgrounds is determining when the technology in his stories goes from fact to fiction. The shifts will be subtle. Expect to miss some. He earned a pretty good MBA and a doctorate (in Management) well worth having. Among other things, he easily explains the complex organization of human activity. Look for good plots clearly set forth. Finally, he is proud to be a West Texan. (We know. Not all the nice folks in New York City will understand that part without living here, but West Texas is special.) MIKVELK Publishing, LLC Canyon, Texas USAshow more