Men of dishonor: inside the Sicilian Mafia : an account of Antonino Calderone

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Morrow, 1993 - Political Science - 285 pages
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A Sicilian mafia boss for 20 years, Don Antonio Calderone's sensational confessions in 1992 brought about the 1993 capture of Toto Riina, the Sicilian "boss of all bosses". Calderone's revelations are the first behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Cosa Nostra--the real Mafia. Photos.

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Review: Men of Dishonor: Inside the Sicilian Mafia: An Account of Antonino Calderone

User Review  - Nick - Goodreads

It's always astounding to read a mafioso talk about being a man of honor and drawing fine lines distinguishing his actions and those of others. The clearest message for me was the brutality of ... Read full review

Review: Men of Dishonor: Inside the Sicilian Mafia: An Account of Antonino Calderone

User Review  - Walt - Goodreads

One of the few English books on the Sicilian Mafia. It is also the only one I know focusing on the Catania Mafia Family. It has some good insights; but it is unverifiable. There are no glowing errors ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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