A Cultural Affair

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iUniverse, Nov 11, 2008 - Fiction
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The combination is toxic-or explosive-depending on your perspective. But there is no doubt about it: When Sicilian Friar Tedesco Masseria immigrates to the United States and begins coupling with beautiful American Indian maidens, their Italian/Seneca offspring define the course of American history. Folks learn quickly that the Sicilian Black Hand Society, the Masserias and their friends are not to be challenged. A Texas sheriff and a team of deputies who rape and hang an innocent Indian couple learn that the hard way. Later, the Masserias and their Mafia cohorts extend their influence to the likes of Frank Sinatra, the Kennedys, the Nixon mob, Cardinal Richard James Cushing of Boston and many others. The Masserias and their associates rule with an iron fist, at one point going so far as to drown the Sandhog supervisor during construction of the Williamsburg Bridge. Soon, the syndicate turns its attention to more important matters, such as corruption in Cuba, the atomic bomb and Las Vegas. The Mafia explodes onto the scene and America is altered forever in A Cultural Affair

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