A man’s life falls apart after he wins the lottery. His huge lottery win should have been anyone’s idea of the good life calling, but when Abe Winters wakes up after a car crash, he has to wonder whether it was a dream or whether it was real.

Each day becomes darker and darker with more hellish things occurring and later realizes that something is very wrong. Does Abe have time to get wise to what is going on or is his fate worse than death, already?

Humor tempers the dark subject matter as he walks among the darkness and finds new horrors that is Hell’s Play.

Readers will enjoy keeping one jump ahead of Abe, even when you can’t, as Hell’s Play unfolds its labyrinth of jolts and jeopardy.