Mafia Marriage

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Macmillan, Mar 14, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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An Unforgettable Look Inside the Godfather's Own House

She Was A Profaci. He Was A Bonanno
Rosalie Profaci was a Mafia princess. Salvatore "Bill" Bonanno, oldest son of Mafia Don Joe Bonanno, the real-life model for The Godfather, was organized crime's crown prince. And Bill, deeply involved in his father's "business" of mob schemes thought pretty Rosalie knew what it meant to be a "Mafia wife." But the convent-raised, deeply devout Rosalie, whose innocence was protected by her doting father, had no idea...

Their Marriage United Two Mafia Dynasties...
Mafia Marriage is Rosalie Bonanno's intimate account of life inside the secretive world of the Mafia. Naming names and providing shocking details, she writes about the wild spending sprees, the mysterious absences of her husband, the other women in his-their running from the law, the abductions, and shootings. Above all, Rosalie reveals the passion that kept her virtually a prisoner to love...and her heartbreaking journey of discovering the truth and trying to break free.
  

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User Review  - Tanya - Goodreads

It was an interesting look into the life of someone married to a man in the mafia but it was a little boring to me. Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
25
CHAPTER 3
45
CHAPTER 4
56
CHAPTER 5
71
CHAPTER 6
102
CHAPTER 7
113
CHAPTER 8
125
CHAPTER 9
136
CHAPTER 1O
150
CHAPTER 11
165
CHAPTER 12
186
CHAPTER 13
219
CHAPTER 14
241
CHAPTER 15
254
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