Frank Barron, serving a sentence for smuggling, learns of a way to make millions of dollars at the government's expense, and all for free. The only glitch, he has to share it with Tony Slye, a biker meth dealer who brought Frank the clue to the process. Perhaps a hundred million dollars would ease the pain of having to deal with Slye. Frank was willing to find out. More
When Tony Slye came to Frank Barron with some paperwork to research in the law library of the Federal Correctional Facility, Frank figured it would kill some of the short time he had left to serve, and maybe make him some spare change to boot. Frank didn't have any concerns about his release and probation. He'd served some state and federal time, and he'd worked it out that he'd never return to a prison in this lifetime. Mona, his wife, waited at home, and she had a good business running an antique store in a small tourist town. But during his research Frank discovers a way to make a pile of money on his own, and he knows he has to share the idea with Tony Slye, a meth addict and dealer from a town near Frank's home. After all, Slye originally brought the idea to Frank. Franks' world would never be quite what he expected, but perhaps the hundred million dollars he could extract from the federal government would ease the pain.