Michael Capasso's new book "A Casino Summer” is about how in the mid seventies, New Jersey legalized gambling and the fall out, good and bad from that decision.

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Recent release “A Casino Summer” from Page Publishing author Michael Capasso details how the legalization of gambling revitalized a run-down Atlantic City.

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Michael Capasso, who enjoys writing based on real events, has completed his new book “A Casino Summer”: an intriguing play, which examines how the casinos brought in an enormous amounts of revenue to Atlantic City, along with an unwanted element, including the Mafia, prostitution, and drugs.

Capasso writes, "In the mid seventies, New Jersey legalized gambling. It was revitalize a run down Atlantic City. Nevada was the only other state with legalized gambling. Resorts was the first , then came many others. The casinos brought in an enormous amounts of revenue, along with an unwanted element.The Mafia controlled the local union and paid off the Mayor of Atlantic City. Prostitutes walked up and down Pacific Ave. and a drug dealer on every corner. People from all over the country and the world came to Atlantic City. From the pit boss on the casino floor to the cocktail waitress serving drinks made a great living. We worked hard and played hard. This book is about the good times and the bad times we had in the early days of casinos in Atlantic City.”

Published by Page Publishing, Michael Capasso's gripping play explores how the Mafia controlled the local union and paid off the Mayor of Atlantic City.

Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase“A Casino Summer” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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