Redesigning the Mob: The Nina Cocolucci Story

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AuthorHouse, Nov 18, 2008 - Fiction
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After years of tolerating physical and verbal abuse, Nina discovers all too late that her low-level mobster husband, Vito DiGregetti, has plans to initiate their oldest son into the Mafia. In an effort to stop him, she gets a divorce before realizing how much power Vito wields. When Vito ruins any chance Nina has of getting a legitimate job and begins threatening her life, she turns to the mob boss for protection and finds herself sucked into a Mafia-backed career. Nina must now balance her need to put food on the table, with her desire to hide the true nature of her employment from her family. She attempts to grow a legitimate and profitable business from the mobster based job she was first given. In the end, Nina finds out who she is and what is really important in life—and, inadvertently, she redesigns the way the Mafia does business.

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User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

I have always enjoyed stories about the mob and this one did not disappoint me. Very good, hard to put down once I started reading it. Enjoyed it a lot. Read full review

Review: Redesigning the Mob: The Nina Cocolucci Story

User Review  - Kathy Giroux - Goodreads

You hate that your husband works for the mafia, you fear that your sons will too so you leave your husband and then work for the mafia? Don't waste your time on this one. Read full review

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