Fight Card: Front Page Palooka

Newark, New Jersey, 1954 Years of fight halls and newsrooms have East Coast sportswriter Nick Moretti looking for a change When a sloppy hustle goes bad, and Nick takes a bullet in the shoulder, it s time to go west Hired by Pinnacle Pictures to write a boxing movie about troubled heavyweight champ Jericho Rattlesnake McNeal, Nick joins forces with sexy public relationNewark, New Jersey, 1954 Years of fight halls and newsrooms have East Coast sportswriter Nick Moretti looking for a change When a sloppy hustle goes bad, and Nick takes a bullet in the shoulder, it s time to go west Hired by Pinnacle Pictures to write a boxing movie about troubled heavyweight champ Jericho Rattlesnake McNeal, Nick joins forces with sexy public relations gal, Dillian Dawson, for a cross country tour to give an everyman boxer an unlikely shot at the world title what could go wrong From the crackling neon of Hollywood and Sin City, through the steamy Delta, and on to Chi Town, the glitzy dream becomes a noir nightmare, and newshound Nick Moretti is about to commit a reporter s greatest sin becoming a Front Page Palooka
Fight Card Front Page Palooka Newark New Jersey Years of fight halls and newsrooms have East Coast sportswriter Nick Moretti looking for a change When a sloppy hustle goes bad and Nick takes a bullet in the shoulder it s

  • Title: Fight Card: Front Page Palooka
  • Author: Jack Tunney Anthony Venutolo Paul Bishop
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  • Page: 220
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    About the Author

    Jack Tunney Anthony Venutolo Paul Bishop

    Jack Tunney is the unifying pen name for authors of the FIGHT CARD series created by Mel Odom and Paul Bishop Up and coming new authors, such as Eric Beetner, David Foster, Kevin Michaels, and Heath Lowrance have all penned entries in the series alongside established names in the field such as Wayne D Dundee, Bishop, and Odom.The books in the Fight Card series are 25,000 word novelettes, designed to be read in one or two sittings, and are inspired by the fight pulps of the 30s and 40s such as Fight Stories Magazine and Robert E Howard s two fisted boxing tales featuring Sailor Steve Costigan.Each of the novellas is short, sharp and packs a punchR MORE VISIT fightcardbooks

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