Paul Argentini, WWII veteran, newspaperman, playwright, and novelist


VENICE, Fla.  — Sunbury Press and Random House best-selling author Paul Argentini (1926-1916) passed away on April 24, 2016. A resident of Venice, Florida, Paul was a World War II veteran Argentini_smwho was awarded the Combat Action Ribbon, and was exposed to ionizing radiation at Nagasaki, Japan. He was predeceased, in 2014, by the love of his life, wife Vera Argentini. The two teamed up for Paul’s most popular Sunbury Press title “A Treatise: The Art of Casting a Fly” (2012). Vera provided the very accurate pencil drawings of fish and flies while Paul wrote the how-to narrative.

Paul was the author of five novels published by Sunbury Press: “Charlie Caw” (2015), “The Spirit’s Cabin on Lake Eagle Talon” (2014), “A Matter of Love in the Bronx” (2013), “The Fourth Nail” (2012), and “Jim” (2011). Three more novels are under contract, including “Kiss,” “The Doubter,” and “In Time for Life,”…

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