Beachside PD Books

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Neil L. Yuzuk was born in Brooklyn, New York. Now retired after twenty-two years, as a SPARK Substance Abuse Prevention Counselor, he wrote "Beachside PD: The Reluctant Knight," after collaborating with his police officer/actor/writer son, David, on a screenplay called "The Reluctant Knight."

He's just completed the fourth book in the Beachside PD series, "Beachside PD: Undercover" and it is now available on Smashwords.

Neil is available for book signings and other events in the Los Angeles/Southern California area and will travel as needed.

David A. Yuzuk was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and he always enjoyed being involved in athletics. He played high school and college football and has studied the martial arts. Leaving Brooklyn, he moved to South Florida where he has been working as a Police Officer for the last fourteen years. On his days off, he works on his various creative projects—writing, acting, and filmmaking.

As part-time actor David Danello, he has had speaking roles on TV shows like Burn Notice, The Glades, and America's Most Wanted. His movie roles include Miami Vice, U.S.S. Seaviper, House of Bodies, I Love Miami, Assumed Memories, and 5th of a Degree. He was nominated for Best Actor by the Miami Life Awards for his leading role as David Ross in 5th of a Degree.

David's passion for writing started with screenplays and he has IMDB credit as a co-producer and co-author of the film 5th of a Degree (as David Danello). 5th of a Degree is the winner of the 2012 Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival.

David has also written an illustrated children's book The Legend of the Smiling Chihuahua

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Smashwords book reviews by Beachside PD Books

  • Dissolute Kinship: A 9/11 Road Trip on Aug. 12, 2011

    David Antrobus has painted a word picture of his journey from Pacific Canada to the shores of the Atlantic to stand with us here in a post 9/11 New York and share our grief and resolution to be bloodied, but unbowed. For me, he evoked a time of terrible personal memories and the memory of men and women acting with courage and fortitude. The sight of the men and women who ran to the devastation as others ran away. R.I.P. Greg Saucedo, one of New York's Bravest. It is good to be reminded of the worst and the best we experienced that day. Well done David!