Anthony Balducci, 52, studied journalism at Baruch College in Manhattan and earned a criminology degree at the University of Florida. His first book, a biography of film comedian
Lloyd Hamilton, was published by McFarland in 2009. THE FUNNY PARTS, a book detailing the history of gags and routines, is due to be published by McFarland in the near future. LIFE, LIBERTY. . . AND ALL THE REST is his first novel.
The story is set in motion when robotic clones of the U.S. Presidents escape from an amusement park exhibit. It is an adventurous and humorous struggle that emerges as the robots establish themselves in the flawed, troubled nation their venerable prototypes helped to create.