King of the New York Streets is a gritty, utterly unrepentant memoir of growing up on the mean streets of New York City during the late 1970s.
Prowling the bars and clubs of Long Island and the Five Boroughs, hanging out on the streets of a mobbed-up zoo long before skyrocketing real estate and overpriced soy chai lattes transformed it into a hipster paradise.
The girls, the drugs, the fights, and the sheer kicks. The shell game known as the “American Dream” and the promise of upward mobility that vanished right before our eyes like the last slice of pizza at a Knights of Columbus mixer.
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