Relive the good old days of Southie in this new book by Brian Wallace
A “Southie Memoir” tells the story of two street smart kids from South Boston during the 1960’s. From jobs with the Boston Celtics and the 1965 Boston Patriots, to a fistfight with a 600 pound wrestler named Haystack Calhoun, to politics and the Kennedy compound, A Southie Memoir captures the legendary spirit that is old school Southie.
This book is available on amazon.com in Kindle Edition. To purchase visit: http://www.amazon.com/A-Southie-Memoir-Brian-Wallace-ebook/dp/B00IMS6K4W/ref=cm_sw_em_r_dp_a1Xhtb0VXQ92E_lm
Scoop on Brian:
Brian P. Wallace served in the Massachusetts General Court from 2002 – 2010. His first book “Final Confession” is just being re-released as a paperback to Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Final Confession has been optioned twice. His second book “Night Runner,” a novel about the Boston Marathon, is published as a paperback and a kindle book and is available on Amazon.com
Brian has also written a play “From Dorchester Neck to South Boston.” His poem about Boston Celtics broadcaster Johnny Most, entitled “High Above Courtside”, is featured in Mike Carey’s book “The Voice of the Celtics”. He also appeared in “The Departed” as himself.