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Andrew Einhorn Set to Release Latest Book Naked Coast to Coast

New York, NY – Andrew Einhorn, creator of the Playboy TV show “Naked Happy Girls” is set to release his third book, “Naked Coast to Coast” on July 28th, 2010.

“Naked Coast to Coast” chronicles his first two seasons of the TV series “Naked Happy Girls.” The photo book features over 800 nude photographs of 35 women and follows the journeyman photographer Einhorn as he explores beautiful and diverse women from New York City to San Francisco.

The self-published project contains 288 pages of beauty as seen through the eyes of Einhorn and is available in hardcover only for $40, available at:

In addition, Einhorn is releasing “Naked Coast to Coast” DVD that features over 100 minutes of video from the photo shoots introducing the reader to the models revealing an intimate glimpse into Einhorn’s relationship with his subjects.

For more information and to pre-order:


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