Antil Launches One More Last Dance Cajun Style

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To celebrate the culture of Southern Louisiana, the Antil novel, One More Last Dance, was released by Little York Books on Christmas Eve - with the fanfare of famed Pontchartrain Hotel - sounds of streetcars, jazz, the cuisine and one of a kind 'Oscar' Manhattans.

Christmas Eve - Antil and his New Orleans' family celebrate his book on the Tin Roof - Tennessee William's workplace - famed Pontchartrain Hotel.

If Paris is a moveable feast - New Orleans is the buffet.

The party celebrated the memory of the past hotel residents and frequenters - Tennessee Williams (Streetcar named Desire) and Breakfast at Tiffany's own Truman Capote. Many good things have been written in that hotel. Antil's next novel was started in its guest room - and he'll be back for more. In thanks for his good fortune, starting with Christmas in 2017 - Little York Books is shipping cases of Jerry Antil written books to every VA hospital in the country. Louisiana, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Kentucky and New York were the first. "The veterans in those hospitals," said Antil, "are the unsung heroes of this nation. My books, by the caseload, will reach them all as my gift of appreciation for their sacrifice."
The balance will be shipped beginning in February.

Two unlikely men, one a dying, aging army captain - the other an illiterate French Cajun lawn boy - meet in Carencro, Louisiana. All the old man wanted was to see a jazz festival before he dies. His knew friend obliges him - and they leave the hospice on foot. An incredible journey unfolds.

A KIRKUS 'recommended' Review' says ~

"A delightfully quirky tale both unpredictable and affecting."

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Jerome Mark Antil
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