Only in New York. 36 true Big Apple stories spanning 55 years and five boroughs (First Edition 2019)

Orca Publishing
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An accomplished storyteller with a New York accent, M.G. Crisci portrays his experiences with people, their struggles, triumphs, loves and jealousies that meandered through his extraordinary life.

It is said that you can’t take New York out of a New Yorker. Only in New York is a collection of short stories that are steeped with the richness of the author’s skill in depicting his ethnic heritage, colorful neighborhoods, and childhood friends, along with a tapestry of clients and colleagues that were central to his New York-based career.

Throughout each of the individual narratives, readers will become acquainted with local restaurants, favorite Italian dishes, adventures in advertising, and misadventures on Wall Street. In the end, it is the author’s self-effacing humor that communicates his enjoyment of these twists and turns on the road of his colorful life. 
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Orca Publishing
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Published on
Nov 17, 2018
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Pages
210
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ISBN
9781456631796
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Language
English
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Genres
Humor / Form / Essays
Humor / Topic / Men, Women & Relationships
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