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Running at Hialeah, by Don Marinelli

Nobody told retired New York City bus driver Bernie Buccellato you can’t go home again. 

So, with blissful impulse, this endearing Pulcinella starts on a journey to redeem his past on a reckless escapade in South Florida.  Determined to reclaim his family home and deposit his father’s cremains at the finish line of Hialeah racetrack, he takes us on a voyage of redemption that is sure to keep readers laughing and crying.  

In this semi-autobiographical tale, Marinelli purges the demons of youth with a tale of self-discovery.

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