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Respected New York City, NY, Skyline Builder, Andrew Goodstein, Set to Reveal the Saucy Details of His Decade-Long Divorce in Forthcoming Biography

NEW YORK CITY, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- Andrew Goodstein is best known for his immaculate skyline construction projects in New York City, where his company, Goodstein Properties, has built a healthy chunk of the Big Apple's skyscrapers. Notable developments include: Liberty House, a 26-story luxury condo building; Liberty Terrace, a 26-story luxury condo development; Liberty Court, a 44-story luxury condo development; The Cove Club, a 163-unit condominium development; Fifth Avenue Tower, a 34-story multi-use development; Executive Plaza, a 448-unit condominium complex with two floors that contain a retail/commercial center; and dozens of others. During his tenure as one of the most respected builders in New York, Goodstein has also been embroiled in a ten-year legal battle with his former wife, a pot that has seemingly boiled over, prompting him to release a tell-all book that will deliver the entire scoop, from his perspective, in a biographical novel that is set to be released chapter-by-chapter throughout 2014.

"My forthcoming novel, 'My Nasty Divorce,' is a biographical accounting that will cover the past nine years or so that I have been in the throes of the most mind-boggling divorce that one could ever imagine," Andrew Goodstein explained. "After having my ex-wife bring more than 150 legal actions over ten years, it's time for the full story to be told."

The completed e-book is set to be released at the end of 2014. It will be available at most major online retailers, and will vividly detail the accounts of the past ten years of his life, and how his divorce has affected his family, personal life, overall wellbeing and personal happiness.

"Going through this type of situation is nothing that any child should ever have to experience," Goodstein explained. "Children deserve every chance in the world, and this just breaks my heart. While the legal process may put a public story in one place, in the court system, the amazing part about being an American is that I also have the right to tell my side of the story in my forthcoming novel."

You can learn more about the forthcoming book, "My Nasty Divorce," by visiting: http://www.mynastydivorce.com.

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