Boston publisher Paul Mould’s latest book promises to be a chilling real-life tale of one man’s survival on one of America’s darkest days.
His company Paul Mould Publishing was chosen by Pasquale Buzelli – who gained fame following the Twin Towers terrorist attacks when rumours about a ‘9/11 Surfer’ turned out to be very real – to publish his story across the globe.
The structural engineer, who worked for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on the 64th floor, had ridden a blizzard of falling debris from the 22nd-floor of the World Trade Center north tower stairwell on 9/11 and survived.
Paul, who has been publishing books since 2004, said he is proud to have been chosen.
He said: “People can’t understand how I got the job publishing it.”
The book tells of Pasquale’s harrowing ordeal in his and his wife’s own words.
It goes through the collapse, the aftermath, the physical and emotional injuries, and the ultimate road to recovery.
Pasquale featured on the Channel Four programme 9/11: The Miracle Survivor earlier this year, when he told of how his briefcase had been found and how authorities had written to his wife after the event believing him to be dead.
The book costs £12 and is available from www.film-buff.com.