Join Three Rooms Press at Mysterious Books on Monday, May 23 as we celebrate the release of the 80s NYC thriller Champagne and Cocaine by Richard Vetere.
The event is free and starts at 6:30. Vetere will read from the novel and share stories about what inspired.
The new release has already received rave praise. Author Robert H. Patton (Patriot Pirates and Cajun Waltz) raves, “Evocative and gritty as only New York can be, Richard Vetere’s Champagne and Cocaine is testimony that intelligent men spiraling through destructive choices can make for a hell of a read.” Edwin Torres (Carlito’s Way), observes, “Vetere’s page turning Champagne and Cocaine oozes vibrantly, written by an author who knew New York City at that time well enough to put his own stamp on its origins.” And famed actor Tony Danza summed it up succinctly: “I devoured it.”
Copies of CHAMPAGNE AND COCAINE will be available for purchase and signing at the event.
The Mysterious Bookshop, 58 Warren Street (at West Broadway) in Tribeca
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ABOUT RICHARD VETERE
Richard Vetere is the author of three novels: Champagne and Cocaine and The Writers Afterlife (both Three Rooms Press), and The Third Miracle (Simon & Schuster). He cowrote the screenplay adaptation of The Third Miracle for the film by the same name starring Ed Harris, produced by Francis Ford Coppola, directed by Agnieszka Holland and released by Sony Pictures. His plays include Caravaggio and the Pulitzer-nominated One Shot, One Kill. He lives in New York.