Landmark Status

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iUniverse, Aug 30, 2007 - Fiction - 396 pages
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Its the battle of the Century Club in Landmark Status, as rivals vie for the right to bury a run-down Miami bar and raise a fabulous condo on its grave. Lawyer Benjy Bluestone couldnt care less, but cant resist beautiful broker Delia Torres, even though shes fronting for a crew thats trouble from the ground up. Soon, high rollers and lowlifes are tangling in Miamis courtrooms and backrooms, careening around in a subtropical nuthouse where all roads lead to Opa-locka and an explosive secret threatens to blow the deal sky high.

"Move over, Carl Hiaasen! This brilliantly funny romp through the 'real' Miami will have you howling with laughter and booking your trip to South Beach. You're gonna love it!" -Michael Levin, author of Soft Target

"Immensely entertaining . . . colorful characters . . . wacky courtroom scenes" (Front Street Reviews)

"Zany antics . . . engrossing plot . . . quick-witted dialog . . . fast-paced" (Reader Views)

"This comedic mystery was a hoot . . . hilarious scenes . . . memorable characters" (Heartland Reviews)

"A riotous book . . . deserves a spot on the best-seller list . . . a must-have" (Blogger News Network)

In the same way that many of Mark Twains stories forestall a simple recap, [Landmark Status] is packed with oblique references, literary play on words, and situational comedy that you really need to read to appreciate. . . . This is a great read and you will not be disappointed! (Roundtable Reviews)

Winner of the 2008 Sabrina Award for Best Mystery

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About the author (2007)

Alan H. Rolnick grew up in a sleepy river town playing baseball and Beatles songs, wishing he lived someplace different. Twenty years of law practice in Miami, whose heart-stopping beauty and self-absorbed chaos challenged him daily to figure out where on earth he was, left no doubt he'd gotten his wish.

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