"War at the Shore is a great look inside why Wynn left Atlantic City the second time, and provides a good perspective in general on the political and deal-making (not design side) of casino development." -- David G. Schwartz
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Great book. Reads like you are hanging out with the author while he tells you this story.Published 15 months ago by Mark R Wojtowicz Jr
I got the book from a friend and promised to read it. But what a great story. I could not put it down and can only recommend it.Published 23 months ago by Ingo Weigel
I make several references to it when I visit Atlantic city with friends, especially when driving through the tunnel referenced in the book. A good beach read.Published on April 9, 2014 by Craig_NYNY
I hope no one believes most of these gross exaggerations. I know this author is still alive, but most of these stories were inaccurate - how does he get away with it? Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by H C C
Being from the Atlantic City, NJ area, I can tell you this book is an amazing account of the Steve Wynn vs. Donald Trump battle for/against the Brigantine Connector. Read morePublished on November 22, 2012 by John D'Alessandro