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A Story of Adventures and Mystery Has Captivated the Imaginations of the NYSRA Attendees

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

An author has written a story of adventure and mystery for its readers to participate and solve.

Author David Celley just recently displayed his book, The Florida Caper to the newly concluded NYSRA book fair. The novel tells the journey of Mike and Tina as they unfold their story of adventure to find the cursed, Hope Diamond which has been stolen.

“The Florida Caper” book will surely excite its readers, because its plot is well developed with interesting characters, and rather than being predictable, the author introduces some interesting and imaginative twists. It is true that it’s so hard to be original with a fictional book as there are a finite number of ways a heist could go down, but David Celley makes you change this perspective as you read and get hooked by his book.

The wonderful story has influenced its readers, especially with its twisted trail of the Eye of the Sun that as Mike and Tina try to locate the said rare and valuable jewelry, it ends at the mansion of a powerful drug dealer in the Bahamas. The readers will surely be thrilled with what happen to the jewelry and who stole it, moreover, Celley will keep his readers interested in his characters’ story and what made them who they are. The way the author delivers its readers to the story itself is the essence of the book that will make its readers proactive in solving the novel’s mystery and problems. It is the kind of fiction book that will surprise you in its each page.

The book is really a great read for all those who want a taste of adventure. “The Florida Caper” was also seen last November 13-14,2016 at the Hyatt Regency to participate the New York State reading Association Book Exhibit.

“The Florida Caper”
Written by David Celley
Published by iUniverse
Paperback: $18.95

About the Author
David Celley attended the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and California State University, Los Angeles, where he received degrees in Economics, Business Administration, and Computer Information Systems. He is now retired living in Orange County, California after a career as an IT consultant. David’s publishing credits include “Woodruff’s Firebase,” reflecting the great intensity of the conflict in Vietnam; “Galvez Stadium,” a unique piece of fiction about the endeavors of building a football stadium during a revolution in Santiago, Chile; and “The Florida Caper,” an adventure yarn set in South Florida involving stolen jewelry that carries a curse.

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 David Celley
 The Florida Caper

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