NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 07, 2021
Bodie Ganz has completed his new book “Summer in Loughborough Park”: a nostalgic narrative of a family who fights to protect what is theirs.
Bodie writes, “Johnathen Powers and his cousin Stevie Powers was born into a family in St. Louis that has a reputation that’s hard to hold up too. Their grandfather and his brothers were the finest boxers and street fighters that the old city has known, and their fathers were even better. Yes, they had big shoes to fill and even bigger hearts to match, but these young men, along with Johnathen’s older brother, Michael, are making their way through life with an even bigger and better reputation. Follow all three generations in this extraordinary family that starts in the year 1974 and traces back to World War II. Read about their fight to keep their neighborhood from the mob and the love that they share with the women who love them.
It’s 1974, and we live in wild and dangerous times, but there is nothing that the Power family cannot handle. We are three generations of boxers who live to fight in the ring and on the street. When trouble rears its ugly head in our neighborhood, we take care of business—from local thugs to the mafia, we will do what it takes to keep our neighborhood clean of drugs and the crime that comes with it. My name is Steven Powers, along with my little brother Carl, we fight to keep our family’s legacy clear of trouble. Our father, Michael Powers, and his older brother Stevie Powers built a boxing gym called Ray Jays Boxing Gym in the heart of the southside of St. Louis City. Carl and I grew up in the gym, and it is our way to keep young men and boys off the streets and give them a purpose in life. Come on in and take a look into the lives of three generations of the Power family. Meet our teenage sons Johnathen, his older brother, Michael, and their cousin Stevie, who can give their fathers a run for their money when it comes to talent inside and outside the boxing ring. Meet all the women who give all they have to the men they love. Travel back to World War II and back in this extraordinary tale of love and survival.”
Published by Page Publishing, Bodie Ganz’s tale is an action-packed tale of passionate fighters in St. Louis City and the women who love them.
From first kisses to first fights, join the Powers family in their fight to protect those around them.
Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase “Summer in Loughborough Park” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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