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John MorabitoJohn Morabito

Born in New York in 1946 John Morabito grew up in the scenic Hudson Valley in the city of Peekskill, New York about twenty five miles north of New York City.

John attended high school in Peekskill and worked in the area until he was drafted into the army during the Vietnam War. After his tour of duty John took to the highways of the United States and traveled throughout the country. Living in San Francisco in the mid 1960’s he attended the City College of San Francisco where he intermittingly enrolled in literature and writing courses.

San Francisco and the California coast and mountains served as settings for two of his published fiction novels “The Lower Farm” and “The Upper Lake”.

John Morabito returned to New York where he married raised three children and worked for a public utility for twenty nine years. In 2007 he began his long awaited dream of writing.

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Books by John Morabito


On the last day of the 7th grade, Urijah overhears a couple of older boys talking about a way to make money during summer break and when he inquires, he is invited to travel to the golf course with them. His summer turns into a life changing experience. Read about the adventures of this young boy, and how he embraces the world of golf.


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Paperback: 114

ISBN Print: 978-1-937143-18-3

ISBN eBook: 978-1-937143-19-0

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WhiteDeerWhite Deer/Black Bear

Big Paul's passion for hunting spans more than sixty years. He has taken down some of the largest bucks in the forest, however at 83 years old he meets his match.

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ISBN Print: 978-1-937143-16-9

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The Justice Club

In a chemo therapy clinic three retired NYPD's finest detectives befriend each other and realize they have a common dislike for the way the justice system worked against them in their careers, thus THE JUSTICE CLUB is formed.

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ISBN Print: 978-1-937143-16-9

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Dog Town Days

In the 1950’s there was a neighborhood set away from the mainstream of Peekskill. This settlement of houses is remembered as Dog Town. Many Dog Town residents felt at home at their frequented stop, Risko’s Bar, where they caught up with the local news and gossip. Dog Town offered the beauty of the Hudson River Valley, the season for Blue Claw crabbing, the winter months of skating at Houstis Pond and the summer Friday nights of exciting stock car racing at Peekskill Stadium.

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Print ISBN: 978-1-937143-07-7

120 pages

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Kanlu Krimson, the second prince of the Immerallian Empire, speaks with his personal acquaintance and Ryuubi's right hand man, Captain Kou Mine to uncover the truth of who killed Commissioner Ryuubi, a brilliant detective on the island of Ilkupir….


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Life After High SchoolLife After High School: Traits that Help & Traits that Hurt

What's your personality trait? Are you a Hemmer, a Blamer, a Pusher, a Pathfinder or a Detailer? Does it really matter? How does your personality trait influence your career choice? What can you do to change? Do you need to change?


This no-nonsense text explains positive and negative traits that can help or hinder teens in their post high school life. The guide gives readers strategies, helping them to identify the path to success and to avoid the route that often leads to failure.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-937143-14-5

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