A High Stakes Game of Life and Death in New Novel Dealing with Texas Hold’Em
July 18, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment NewsSherman, Texas – A strange and diverse gamblers meet in the game of poker in a Vegas casino. Combine a New York ad man on his third strike, a young woman running from a treacherous past, an FBI agent with serious gambling issues, the would-be founder of the Las Vegas Greensox, and a big-bosomed black widow looking for unhealthy husbands; throw in Mikey “Don’t Call Me Cheeso” Mozzarelli and his two unfortunate assistants, and you’ll be all-in at a high stakes Texas Hold’Em table that will convince you that cards are war, disguised as a game.
You will find all these in Ron Uselton’s Lost Vegas, a novel that focuses on the lives of a group of gamblers playing for the biggest game of their lives and for their lives as well.
Uselton said, “Although the characters are purely fictional, you might recognize a friend or two in the melee. You can't live in Sherman as long as I have without encountering a few zany folks.”
Lost Vegas may be purchased directly through Xlibris Corporation or Barnes and Noble.com, Amazon.com, Borders.com or through Baker & Taylor and Ingram Book Distribution.
“The book,” said Uselton, “has absolutely no redeeming literary value. It's also rated R for language (gangsters often use bad words). But, it's a fun read and I think people will enjoy it.”
About the Author
Ron Uselton has a Communications degree from Texas Christian University and a law degree from Southern Methodist. He’s a 25 year trial lawyer and has taught Communications at Emporia State University and Southeastern Oklahoma, as well as the local community college. He enjoys reading south Florida novels, sailing beautiful Lake Texoma, listening to Jimmy Buffett (preferably all at the same time), and casino gambling. Ron lives in Sherman, Texas with his wife, Beth, and two children, John and Laura.
About the Publisher
Founded in 1997, Xlibris continuously gives writers the tools to become authors. In strategic partnership with Random House Ventures, Xlibris offers comprehensive publishing services: editing, proofreading, cover design and page layout. Xlibris also provides their authors with affordable and quality marketing services that open the marketplace of published books to everyone. For more information, visit Xlibris.com or contact Jon Enriquez at JonAntonni.Enriquez@xlibris.com.