by R. Michael Koval Two friends from New Yorks Lower East Side decide to spend their two-week vacation in New Orleans to hear the jazz and meet some Southern girls. They estimate the drive to take a total of five or six days since there is no rush. This means at least seven days on Bourbon Street. It is June, 1962. And what they experience is more than they expected. A true account of romance, intrigue and mob influence. ABOUT THE AUTHOR R. Michael Koval was born in the mid 1930s and educated in New York City. He moved to Southern California with his wife and three children in 1970, and he is now retired and living in Las Vegas. This is his first published book. (2006, paperback, 80 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.