Absolutely Amazing eBooks Presents POSTCARDS FROM ATLANTIC CITY by Paul Wolfe

Absolutely Amazing eBooks Presents POSTCARDS FROM ATLANTIC CITY by Paul Wolfe

Bob Dylan once said of him, "I never met Paul Wolfe but I'd like to. He has an uncanny sense of touch."

And Paul Wolfe proves it again with his latest novel...

Steeped in the bizarre character and characters of Atlantic City, Postcards From Atlantic City is a stylish tour de force. It is a tale of two eras, linked by a forgotten tunnel in a grand hotel. Chance, crime, beauty and beauty pageants in a kingdom by the sea.

Paul Wolfe is known as a "lethal" copywriter on Madison Avenue. Twice named Adweek Magazine's Writer of the Year, he has created campaigns for some of the world's major brands, from BMW, Levis, and Evian, to Volvo.

And he's garnered most major advertising awards, from Gold Clios, Gold One Show Pencils, and multiple ANDY and ADDY awards, to profiles in Creativity and Graphis magazines.

But he's making a new name for himself with Postcards From Atlantic City.

As one reviewer said, "Mr. Wolfe is a wonderful writer and has brought back a piece of history in a vibrant and picturesque way. He rightfully demonstrates the nature of place ... that is Atlantic City, through its characters and its architecture. He has a marvelous sense of humor and creates lasting imagery in the way he captures people's personalities, motivations, and desires. He creates the Atlantic City in a chronology of time that is breathtaking. Mostly its just a very good read."

Another reviewer added, "Paul Wolfe is a poet, and has written a love letter to Atlantic City and to the idea of America once cherished and now gone, as surely as the once magnificent Marlborough Blenheim Hotel, the demolition of which opens this debut novel and serves as a central metaphor. This book deserves a wide readership."

Postcards From Atlantic City is available in both ebook edition ($3.99) and 6" x 9" paperback ($14.95). You can get your copy instantaneously by clicking on Amazon or Barnes & Noble orKoboBooks. Or a paperback.

"A novel as grand as the Grand Hotels it remembers," says cultural writer and editor Hollis George.

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