Martin Martinez’s New Book ‘Another Day in Paradise’ Is an Amazing Work of Historical Fiction That Engages the Imagination and Warms the Heart from Start to Finish

Martin Martinez, an author and resident of Fort Myers, has completed his most recent book “Another Day in Paradise”:  a heartwarming tale of a breeding farm and its horses told through four generations of caretakers.
Martin writes, “In 1844, there was a land rush to North Central Florida. Rush land was selling for forty-seven cents an acre, and Horatio Elgin purchased 5,600 acres of it. He was the first of four generations to steward this Garden of Eden that turned out to be a paradise for the breeding of Thoroughbred horses. This is the story of the people and the horses of Paradise!”
Published by Fulton Books, Martin Martinez’s book will take your imagination back in time to the mid-nineteenth century when a man took advantage of a fantastic opportunity and made something great out of it. Through masterful storytelling, the author weaves a tale, spanning close to two centuries, about a large piece of land and the people who developed it into a proverbial paradise on earth.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “Another Day in Paradise” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books