Sunday, March 13, 2011

Lost Wages in Las Vegas

 
What should you look for when a cab picks you up at the airport?
Which games are best to play?
How do you get the best out of your money in Vegas?
Want to know some of the insider's tales of Sin City?
Tired of The Strip and Downtown?
Where else to go and things to see.?

When one drives a taxi, one has a whole lot of waiting time to think about things. And, many of the above questions came my way from fares. They were also quite surprised when I told them that, at one time, I had been a professional gambler, paid by a private individual to play slot machines he selected. It was for that reason that I wrote the book.

The answers to those questions come from someone who has lived in Las Vegas for more than 30 years.

There are three versions of this book available on lulu.com.
The Black/White hard copy version [@ $11] w/ebook download [@ $4,00] @
http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/lost-wages-in-las-vegas-i/818400

The full color ebook for $1.99 is available @
http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/lost-wages-in-las-vegas/806537 \


 
As this was written a number of years ago, there are lots of changes that have happened here in Sin City. So, if you have questions, please feel free to ask!!!!!


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