The Wrong Number One
About the Book
Tony Macucci is god in the music industry. Admittedly, he is a rather unscrupulous god, but none of his exploits can prepare him for his ultimate challenge. To keep his cushy job, he must revive the faded career of Dave McGuinn and catapult that dusty hit “American Sky” into America’s Number 1 Song. Macucci decides that the only way to ensure success is to perfectly time a hit on the aging singer. Trouble is, the music maestro begins to admire the performer. As Macucci ultimately discovers, it’s far more difficult to call off a hit than to plan one.
About the Author
John Nieman is a prolific and creative multi-tasker. His artwork has been exhibited in dozens of galleries throughout the world, including Florence, Hamburg, Montreal, Chaing Mai, Paris, Dublin, and Barcelona. He has been awarded many best of shows, and solo exhibitions on the theme of Art with a Story. His works of fiction include three crime novels, a volume of short stories, and two children’s books. The father of five, he resides in Dobbs Ferry, NY.