Deciding that the hopelessness he sees around him on New York's squalid Lower East Side during the Great Depression isn't for him, a young man invents an alter ego with the chutzpah he hopes will make a name for himself. In the process he accidentally ignites a war between the Irish mob and a Chinese tong, learns to drink and finds love for the first time. Will he and his alter ego ever reunite? They will have to if he doesn't want to lose the love of a beautiful Broadway actress.
|Publisher:||Wayne Clark YUL/NYC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)|
About the Author
Wayne Clark is a Montreal writer and author of the historical novels Hollywood via Orchard Street (2018) and That Woman: Beating the odds in Colonial New York (2017), as well as the international award-winning literary fiction novel he & She (2013). In addition to writing fiction he has worked as a journalist, copywriter and translator.