Troubador Bahama Boyz

Released: 28/02/2020

ISBN: 9781838592172

eISBN: 9781838597641

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Bahama Boyz


London, 1970s. An East End boy stumbles into the world of casinos as a trainee croupier at the Playboy Club London. A time of glamour, excitement and sexual freedom, this new world allows the working class urchin with dreams of adventure to discover a life and horizons he never knew existed.

When his new life takes him to Nassau, Bahamas, to work in the all-male bastion of Paradise Island Casino, the lunacy reaches a whole new level… 

This rollicking good tale, packed with laugh-out-loud moments, will have readers remembering when times were innocent enough that mischievous pleasures were forgiven. Take a nostalgic romp through this hilarious and heartfelt debut novel.

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Tales from a carribean casino. Young makes living life to the full. Of its time set in the 1970s, so definitely not pc but true to the era. Leaving East end of London for the live life to the full, work hard and party hard. Will make you smile and roll your eyes at their antics. An easy fun read.

by Helen

Amazing book. Couldn't put it down. Very funny

by James Hughes

Hilarious antics of a casino dealer's life from the inside.
Nick’s explicit descriptions of these real characters and events will bring tears to your eyes, even without the fingernail accessory (you’ll need to read the book about this side-splitting episode). A must read for anyone who has been in the business, and for anyone outside that is curious to know why we all enjoyed it so much.

by Ian Varga

What a great book! Couldn't put it down. Absolutely hilarious had me laughing out loud throughout the book. Very interesting to learn about the gaming world back in the fun days. Patiently waiting for a second book. Definitely a MUST READ.

by James Hughes

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