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Publisher's Summary

Flagler Beach Florida is quite the small town, eclectic and quirky...and filled with many unique characters.
The Golden Lion Cafe has been a landmark for twenty years, with so many characters as both customers and workers!
©2013 Armand Rosamilia (P)2014 Armand Rosamilia
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4 out of 5 stars
By med c on 02-28-15

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This series somewhat reminded me of my bar days and some of the fun and stories we had heard, The stories in this book are fun, & sometimes related to us too.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Terri on 02-07-15

An enjoyable anthology.

This is a collection of short stories all surrounding Flagler Beach, Florida - this time from the Golden Lion Cafe & bar. There are several short stories in here all from patrons past & present that eat and / or drink there.

I found this series to be comforting and they somewhat reminded me of my bar days and some of the fun and stories we had heard, It is amazing at all the things learned in public places like this. The stories in this book are fun, & sometimes relate-able to us too. The first story opens up on a beautiful Saturday Morning and it seems anything that can go wrong, does go wrong beginning with half of the staff calling off work for several reasons (they call it calling out).

The author Armand Rosamilia once again did a great job capturing tales learned in public places. This book totally held my interest. I felt like I was eavesdropping in on some of the patrons. The narrator, Jack de Golia once again did an awesome job delivering this story to us as he always does with all his voices and accents! Kudos to you both!

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