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An unemployed man receives an anonymous letter full of cash in the mail. His problems are just beginning....

AnonMan is set in the near future when the water runs out in Las Vegas. An American city is dying, though the people don't know it yet, or care. 

Bobby is in a rut. He's an unemployed, degenerate gambler trudging through an unsatisfying life. Some things never change - the water can disappear, but the thirst for gambling never evaporates. His hen-pecking wife constantly hassles him about finding a job, which only exasperates his excessive gambling. 

At his wit's end, Bobby finds an anonymous letter in the mail. It's full of cash. A cryptic letter alludes to the cash as payment for a murder. Bobby didn't commit the crime, but he takes the money anyway and blows it at the sportsbook. 

Bobby returns home to a marriage in a state of irreconcilable disrepair due to unpaid bills. Yet, there's a glimmer of hope. Another anonymous letter waits in the mailbox. Only this one has no cash. Just a note...and a proposition: Kill a man and receive more money.

©2018 Jonathan Heatt (P)2018 Jonathan Heatt

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