BOSTON, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ — James A. Ring, author of the 5-star terrorist thriller "Necessary Assets," has shifted genres with his second book, "784 Broadway" (ISBN: 978-1506164182), where he brings to life his immigrant Italian heritage by recounting summer visits to his family's small greengrocer store in New York's Hudson Valley, Omni Publishing Company announced today.
"784 Broadway" has been described as a "northern version of 'Huckleberry Finn' and just as enchanting."
Ring's stories, rich with humor and wisdom, span nearly three decades and are an impressive chronicle of small-town life in the iconic Hudson Valley.
As Ring tells it, these annual visits to his family's greengrocer located at "784 Broadway" in Kingston, N.Y., since 1894, had a profound role in shaping his character and guiding him from childhood into adulthood – even influencing his career as an FBI agent. A gifted storyteller, Ring's characters and stories are equally unforgettable.
Ring is a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent who investigated the American La Cosa Nostra and the Sicilian Mafia in New England. After retiring from the FBI, Ring founded a business information and investigative service within a major Boston law firm. Ring of Boston and South Dartmouth, Massachusetts, now devotes his full time to writing, and is currently working on a sequel to "Necessary Assets."
Visit http://www.jamesring.com/ for more information or to contact author James Ring directly.
James Ring on Twitter: @NecessaryAssets
Book: "784 Broadway"
Price: $9.95 Trade Paperback-Amazon (ISBN: 978-1506164182)
Price: $3.95 eBook Kindle
Published by Omni Publishing Company
Author: James A. Ring
For more information on Omni Publishing Company, visit: http://omni-pub.com/ .
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