What are the best fiction books about lottery winners?

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    #1Heartbreaker Breaks

    Heartbreaker Breaks

    Heartbreaker Breaks is a humorous romance fiction novel written by Paloma Meir. It is first published in 2015 by The Pocket Company. 


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    Jack Ryan
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "I wanted to read something interesting so I came on here looking for the best fiction books about lottery winners. I was told to read Heartbreaker Breaks. This was really funny and I enjoyed it a lot. "
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    #2The Winner

    The Winner

    The Winner by David Baldacci is about LuAnn Tyler who was offered a chance to win the lottery in which she refused for it is a scam. She then became accused of a murder she didn't commit so she was asked to leave the U.S. but later came back with an awaiting struggle.


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    #3Lucky You

    Lucky You

    Lucky You is a humorous mystery crime fiction novel written by Carl Hiaasen. This book is about JoLayne winning a lottery and it is first published in 1991 by Pan Books. 


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    Larry Little
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "This was such a fun read! Not only was it engaging all the way through, but it also satisfied my fantasy of what could happen if I were to win the lottery! The book has a really humorous angle, even though it a crime story. I'm glad I gave it a chance."
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    #4The Time Traveler's Wife

    The Time Traveler's Wife

    The Time Traveler's Wife is the debut novel of Audrey Niffenegger, which is about the story of married couple Clare and Henry who try to make their marriage work. It comes as they struggling with Henry's strange disorder of time traveling. 


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    Hannah Alvarado
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "It lets me look inside the book ,which is good. The description of the book is for the wrong book! There is no bio on the author either.. There are alot of consumer reviews, this allows me to get many peoples thoughts on the story and the author."
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    #5The Lottery

    The Lottery

    The Lottery is a classic dystopian horror fiction novel written by Shirley Jackson. This book is first published in 2007 by Perfection Learning. 


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    Benjamin West
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "This may not be the concept you are looking for, but does have to do with a lottery winner. The only thing about this lottery is that it's not the type of lottery that you want to win."
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    #6The Lottery Winner (Alvirah and Willy)

    The Lottery Winner (Alvirah and Willy)

    The Lottery Winner is a mystery suspense thriller fiction and the second book in Alvirah and Willy series written by Mary Higgins Clark. It is first published in 1994. 


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    Esteban Osorio
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "Great set of short stories about lottery winners. A lot of suspense and mystery too, which makes this book an excellent all around read."
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    #7An Embarrassment of Riches (The Irish Lottery)

    An Embarrassment of Riches (The Irish Lottery)

    An Embarrassment of Riches is a humorous fiction and the first book in The Irish Lottery series written by Gerald Hansen. This chick lit novel is first published in 2007. 


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    Juan Stanley
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "“An Embarrassment of Riches” was the perfect fit for me. Fionnuala is both a really endearing and horrible character that I loved to read about, and the problems that came up for Ursula and Jed after winning the lottery made me consider things I never knew would be problems. A really great read."
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    Burn is a romantic mystery suspense fiction novel written by Linda Howard. This contemporary romance fiction book is first published in 2009 by Ballantine. 

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    James Brown
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "It has been several years since I purchased a Linda Howard book and I had high hopes for this one. Really disappointed for several reasons. I had serious issues with the book: hero (?) is just a jerk, heroine falls for her captor (REALLY. in the 21st Century. Good grief), the villain was a waste of time, and the plot line is far below LH at her best. This could have been sooooo much better. Read Son of the Morning Star or Dream Man instead."
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    #9Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl is a humor and fantasy fiction novel first published in 1964. This book tells the story of Mr. Willy Wonka's chocolate factory and five lucky children who got an entry ticket for a tour.


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    Robert Richards
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The definitive 'lottery winner' book. Charlie and the chocolate factory is as good as the day it was written and children of all ages always love it. The only downside about the book is it has no Johnny Depp."
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    #10The Hunger Games

    The Hunger Games

    The Hunger Games is the first novel of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins which centers on Katniss Everdeen who volunteers as tribute to replace her younger sister in a game televised and ruled by a dictatorial government.


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    Christina Wong
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "Of the three books in the series, this is the most mature of them and sets the premise for the rest of the series. Great vocabulary builder and full of adventurous fun."


Best What are the best fiction books about lottery winners
1Heartbreaker BreaksBooks 42 Paid
2The WinnerBooks 36 Paid
3Lucky YouBooks 35 Paid
4The Time Traveler's WifeBooks 31 Paid
5The Lottery Books 30 Paid
6The Lottery Winner (Alvirah and Willy)Books 27 Paid
7An Embarrassment of Riches (The Irish Lottery)Books 25 Paid
8BurnBooks 24 Paid
9Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryBooks 21 Paid
10The Hunger GamesBooks 17 Paid

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