Florida Pulp Hits Store

Well, it's been a long time coming, but I finally got around to arranging a bust-out for the book. So now I get to invite you all to a book reading. That's right, it's at Murder on the Beach in Delray this Friday evening, where I'll be reading from Florida Pulp Nonfiction, my little book of true and ghastly home-brewed crime which has been dubbed "spellbinding" by bestselling author Aphrodite Jones and "precise, illuminating and often wildly funny" by the great Joe McGinniss. (I have to keep repeating that because Amazon, for some reason, has neglected to put the blurbs on its site).

For those of you who already have it, come by to experience it in a different way and have it signed. It may be worth only $18.50 today, but in 50 years, why, it'll probably be worth twice that, making it at least as good an investment as South Florida real estate at the present time. The show starts at 7 p.m. and it'll last until whenever you feel like hitting the door. Here's the guarantee: You will have a journalistic experience unlike any you have ever had before, one that will outrage you, touch your heart, and ultimately make you more human.

No, seriously.

Directions to Murder on The Beach After the Jump

Murder on the Beach is at 273 Pineapple Grove Way (NE 2nd Ave) in Delray.

From I-95 take the Atlantic Avenue Exit. Head east on Atlantic for one mile. Take a left on NE 2nd/Pineapple Grove Way.

Pretty easy. If you have any problems or questions about the reading call the store at (561) 279-7790.

(And on a personal note to E. Forman -- come to the book signing to pick up your book. I misplaced your address!).

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