Prizzi's Glory

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Dutton, 1988 - Fiction - 273 pages
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The triumphant last volume in the Prizzi trilogy has the Family cleaning up the "Environment" . . . to their own immense benefit, of course. Their final appearance is a cruel, vivid, comic portrait of America's best-run institution, the Mafia.

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Prizzi's glory

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Good news! The Prizzis are back! Don Corrado still runs the family. Maerose is married at last, after a 19-year courtship, and she runs husband Charley, the family's enforcer/CEO. The Prizzis are ... Read full review

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This was an enjoyable read, it was witty and cleverly written about Don Corrado Prizzi, head of the richest and most powerful Mafia family in America who wants to be known as respectable. This means ... Read full review

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Richard Thomas Condon was a novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. He was born in New York City on March 18, 1915. Condon served in the United States Merchant Navy. He worked in advertising and was a publicist for several film companies, including Twentieth Century Fox and Walt Disney Productions. At the age of 42, Condon published his first novel, The Oldest Confession. His second novel, The Manchurian Candidate, gained him international attention and was adapted as a film starring Frank Sinatra in 1962. Condon's novels, Winter Kill and Prizzi's Honor, were also adapted for films. Condon died on April 9, 1996.

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