Fifth Avenue Doorman Tells All in Controversial Novel

NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Ever wonder what really goes on behind the scenes at one of the most prestigious residential buildings in New York City a multiple dwelling Upper East Side building located on Fifth Avenue, where the 0.01 percent of society pretends to commingle with the meager 1 percent and jaw-droppingly told through the introspective eyes of an intelligent, browbeaten, misanthropic, self-medicating doorman?EdgartownColonial Publishing is tingling with excitement over the newly acquired electronic distribution rights to the provocative series of novels penned by reclusive Irish-American debut author,DaireFeeney.

"Never give in to psychiatry when in pursuit of the American Dream." - Daire Feeney.

In his debut series of novels, Daire Feeney has been loosely described as Frank McCourt meets Chuck Palahniuk as he tells an unbelievable transgressive story of a Fifth Avenue doorman for which one reviewer remarked, imagine if the Nanny Diaries was authored by Hunter S. Thompson but the main characters were sociopathic Fifth Avenue doormen!

BOAT SHOES - SOLILOQUY OF A USELESS EATER tells the story of a first-generation son of Irish immigrants who, after falling on hard financial times, and a subsequent failed suicide attempt, finds himself seeking employment at his old high school job as a Fifth Avenue doorman.

The reader follows the NYC native throughout a grueling 16-hour doorman shift as he is ridiculed by his employers, plied with narcotics by the old guard, sexually assaulted by residents, and becomes witness and participant to a wide range of inconceivable acts of moral turpitude; all in the pursuit of his specious American Dream.

Book One of the series will be exclusively available to users of Amazon Kindle beginning Dec. 11. Kindle users can pre-order both Book One and Book Two of the series immediately.

For an advance review copy of Book One, please e-mail: info@EdgartownColonialPublishing.com, visit: www.EdgartownColonialPublishing.com or call: 212-401-4889.

Contact:

Emmanuel Goldstein
Edgartown Colonial Publishing
Tel.: (212) 401-4889
Email: info@edgartowncolonialpublishing.com
Website: www.EdgartownColonialPublishing.com

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Fifth Avenue Doorman Tells All in Controversial Novel


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