Young J.R. has become highly skilled at one of the world’s oldest trades - printing - but what he desires to print is far from Gutenberg’s Bible. With the help of a smart and lovely accomplice, J. R. creates outstanding duplicates of the US twenty dollar bill and it is real touch-and-feel money, not just digits on a computer screen. Much superior to what a digital copier can do, his high-tech printing press duplicates can pass all the conventional checks done at any cash register. His small-time operation is foolproof and exciting as they exchange his money for genuine currency. The pair go unnoticed as they carefully pass it together one bill at a time with no violence and no harm done to anyone on their cross country romantic spending sprees. While they quickly accumulate bundles of genuine currency, J.R. battles his conscience and his ego until it reaches a momentous breaking point…
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Suspense
In Dog We Trust – The Big Collapse chronicles the tripping dominoes that start with a loss of confidence in the foundation of the American economy -faith in cold hard cash - and ends up with a third-world type of survival of the fittest; a survival existence that uses gasoline, guns and gold for currency.
What emerges is a sobering snapshot of a hi-tech society that is violently thrust backwards to confront its downward spiral all the way from the leaders at the top to the small-town folks struggling to keep a lid on their American Dream.