D.P. Lyons, of Clinton, has announced the release of his new book “Sully Street.”

Journey back into those golden olden days of 1973, and ride along with Dustin, Kevin, Wally, Teddy and Frankie as they ride their bikes and take you along, back through the years to rediscover the simple joys and pure adolescent passions that are such a big part of this moment in time.

It’s the late days of summer, 1973, and Fairfield is a bustling town. It is a town that supplies an adolescent building block, full of vim and vigor. It is a town that holds the imaginations of five teenage boys — five boys who, in the course of three hot summer days, unknowingly stumble their way into a twisted, forgotten truth about the human spirit, as stated in a news release.

Lyons has a love for telling stories and writing poetry that has lived inside him since he was young. He started working on Sully Street in 2011, not knowing where this tale would take him. Through its journey, the story has taken him deep into his lifelong imagination, coming to life, chapter by chapter. “Sully Street” is Lyons’ first novel.

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