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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