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In David Baldacci's novel, The Winner, LuAnn Tyler encounters the sinister mind of a criminal who calls himself Jackson. After surviving a childhood of abuse, "Jackson" sets his sights on recouping his family's lost fortune through illegal activity. Jackson is more than just a thug; he is brilliant. As such, his crimes are nearly impossible to solve. He preys on those whom he feels are vulnerable. He believes they will follow his directions unquestioningly and do virtually anything if paid enough. When Jackson chooses LuAnn as one of his flock, however, he is unprepared for her inner strength.
LuAnn was raised and remains in a state of poverty. She is not easily intimidated and is used to hard work. Her lack of monetary means does not mean that she is so poor as to be without hope. LuAnn was raised well by her mother and is doing her best... View more of the The Winner Summary
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