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STEFFI'S CLUB: A Wild Ride through the Subterranean World of Bohemia

In the wake of Arthur Phillips’ enthusiastically received PRAGUE, novelist D.A. Blyler makes his debut with the first novel of young expatriates truly to emerge from the Czech Republic since the Velvet Revolution… Set in the famous brewery town of Pilsen, a city awash with such unforgettable characters and places as The Devil's Happy Lap, Stepan the Russian, and Tony the Midget, STEFFI’S CLUB takes the reader on an absinthe-fueled romp through this Slavic land, spinning a twisted, and often hilarious, tale of romance, love, and revenge on the cobblestone streets of Bohemia. Daniel Fischer, an American lecturer at the town college, innocently accepts a part-time job teaching English to the girls at one of the town's most exclusive brothels, only to be drawn by a strange inertia into the drama-filled world of its inhabitants.

D.A. Blyler, a former writing teacher and lecturer at the University of West Bohemia, has fast become one of the most widely read underground writers on the Internet, penning such classic stories and satires as “The 7 Vices of Highly Creative People” for SALON and “A Day in the City of Make Believe” for 3AM MAGAZINE. While living in the Czech Republic he was a senior contributing writer to the Prague-based culture magazine THINK. He has returned briefly to the United States from his current home in Thailand to promote STEFFI’S CLUB and is now available for interviews and bookings.

STEFFI’S CLUB
ISBN: 0-9645655-4-4
Publisher: http://www.burnhillwolf.com/bookgallery
Online Ordering through BookSurge.com
Author Website: http://www.geocities.com/dablyler/page.html
Author Contact: dablyler@yahoo.com




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