A Member of the Family

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Macmillan, Jul 15, 1993 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Based on his own experiences in law enforcement--three decades of high-level mob investigations--Nick Vasile gives us a novel that reverberates with authenticity.
Paul Dante is hired by the Washington D.C. Mafia to track down their godfather's missing son-in-law. He quickly learns that the young man is not a trusted "member of the family" but an FBI informant. A violent psychopath who kills and tortures for pleasure, Orsini will, if left unchecked, destroy everything in his path--friends, family, the Bureau itself.
Dante finds a world turned upside-down, where morality is measured in magnum bullets, where a blood-crazed federal informant is more dangerous than the Mafia bosses he has been paid to put away.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The galley of Vasile's first novel flashes blurbs (from Jack Anderson, Robert Moss, Adam Hall, Loren D. Estleman, et al.) the way one of the author's fictional mobsters might flash gold chains- -but ... Read full review

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Nick Vasile is the author of A Member of the Family.

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