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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Free Booze Tonight Blog Tour

Title: Free Booze Tonight 
Author: Chuck Freadhoff 

It was an offer he couldn’t refuse.

Joey, the bartender and very bad conman, agrees immediately when mob boss Vincent the Hammer, makes him an offer: turn Delilah, Vincent’s daughter, into a rock star, and do it fast, or spend eternity in a rolled up rug.

The task is simple – pluck a band out of thin air, pack a bar that no one ever comes into, and find a way to make Delilah, who Joey fears can’t even sing, into an overnight global success. Relying on his slick tongue, half-baked wits, a little blackmail, and a cast of characters who owe him favors, Joey follows an improbable and uproariously funny journey from near death to happiness.

Joey’s future is decided in an instant when Delilah’s gig is crashed by outlaw bikers, a posse of pissed off dwarves who want Joey dead, and a crowd of senior citizens, led by Joey’s grandmother, Ethel.

But when it’s all over, Joey’s learned the value of honesty and true love.


Loved this book. I laughed, laughed and laughed again. The cast of characters in this book is amazing. The ridiculous scenarios are placed one after another. You've got to love Joey and his motley crew of friends and acquaintances. Each part of this tale gets funnier and more ridiculous as you read. Very light hearted, very entertaining, and did I mention hilarious?. If you think you are having a bad day be thankful you are not Joey. Will he survive the huge hole he dug for himself? I would recommend you read this book and find out!

~ Helen, WTMO Reviewer ~

Chuck Freadhoff has spent more than forty years writing and telling stories. He started his career as a journalist and covered homicides, assassination attempts, historic events such as the return of the American hostages from Iran. Once he spent ten hours in an operating room witnessing brain surgery. Along the way, he picked up a sharp eye for detail and keen understanding of how to tell a story - write tight, stay out of your own way and don't bury the lead. One thing he loves most about writing is the research - visiting the L.A. County Jail was almost as interesting as cruising Tijuana's red light district at night. You can't fake it.


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