Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Book Cover & Blurb: Soul on Nice

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Soul on Nice: Side-Splitting New Murder Mystery Novel by Norm Spitzig
Once again assuming the quaint and delightful guise of protagonist Clive Endive Ogive IV, Spitzig’s latest novel whisks readers over to New Zealand for a hilarious look into the life and times of the typical private golf club. Fusing a gripping mystery with a vital insight into the golf world’s long-standing cultures and traditions, Soul on Nice is poised to hit a hole-in-one with readers.
Mount Dora, FL – Soul on Nice chronicles the latest and greatest adventures of the Old Bunbury Golf Links & Reading Club's waitress extraordinaire Esther, the highly eccentric but undeniably lovable protagonist of his previous epic works. This time Norm's scintillating tale is truly global in scope, with Esther opening the novel zooming her merry old way to beautiful New Zealand.
This titanic clash between good and evil is part playful and evocative travelogue, part staunch conservative manifesto, part clever and poignant mystery, part whimsical exposé of the madcap world of private clubs, and all treasure trove of quirky good cheer. While anyone with a decent sense of humor will surely love Norm's latest story, readers who also understand and appreciate the fascinating world of private golf clubs will be doubly pleased.
About the book:
Soul on Nice by Norm Spitzig
ISBN: 978-1457521706
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Date of publish: August 2013
Pages: 228
S.R.P.: $25.00
About the author:
Norm Spitzig, MCM, is internationally recognized as a successful entrepreneur, leading business consultant, and eloquent, visionary, and humorous speaker on a variety of important business and lifestyle topics. His groundbreaking book, ‘Perspectives on Club Management’, now over a quarter-century old, continues to inspire and challenge private club owners, directors, managers, and students around the world. Norm, qua Clive Endive Ogive IV, is also the more recent author of two hilarious and insightful books, ‘Private Clubs in America and around the World’ and ‘Murder and Mayhem at Old Bunbury’, everywhere.

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