I'm outlining my new novel and I'm concerned that one of the plot twists might have been done to death. My main character's wife finds a large bag of money while cleaning a hotel room. I know that "finding a bag of money" inciting incident has been done in No Country for Old Men, A Simple Plan, A Single Shot, etc. so I'm concerned it might come off tired or cliched. Nothing else about my story is similar to those books, but is that device something readers come across with a "been there/done that" groan?