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I’m not usually one to advertise on this site, but this book was totally self published from the ground up by myself and the author, Phil Di Vece. After two previous, whack-a-doo editions and nearly three years of hacking my way through InDesign, the project is complete. It has virtually nothing to do with Korea. Pure, wholesome, Americana. Behold, King of the Bay.
King of the Bay
Phil Di Vece
Publisher: Freelance –
Originally Novemeber 13, 2008
Once upon a time, a pair of modern day pirates roamed the waters of Manahawkin Bay on the New Jersey shore, robbing clammers of their days harvest at gun point. But when they rob an old timer, Joe Cavalier, they get more than they bargained for. Discover how Joe and his pal Stubby match wits with the Clam Pirates, and share in their day-to-day adventures in King of the Bay.
This collection of short stories set on Long Beach Island in the 1960’s offers enjoyable reading for anyone who has ever visited this gem on the Jersey coast. Although the characters are fictional, many of the places mentioned by the author were and are real.