A Mob Story

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Macmillan, Jun 29, 2010 - True Crime - 320 pages
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Chris Paciello seemed to have it all. With heartthrob good looks and an A-list roster of clients and friends, he was a South Beach businessman/playboy whose local fame was reaching new heights—until his "wise guy" past came crashing down upon him.

When some of Chris's former 'fellas were arrested, they ratted him out to the government. One case in particular—a botched robbery that turned deadly—was a time bomb that would blow the cushy new world Chris created for himself to bits...and propel him straight back to New York City to face justice.

 

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IM sorrry im fom WV.. and we dont have gangs and guns and crime like you people. You know why? BECUASE THESE GUYS AND WOMEN HERE ARENT PUSSY! WE ALL SUPPORT THE NRA AND THE SOME OF US THE KNIGHTS AND seems to be all you illegal gun owners arent man enough to get your guns regsterred legally because your pussys and you dont want caught.... we know how to protect our p operty around these parts and you people never even been trrrrrrrrrrrrrained to shoot a fuckin gun properly! the crime is YOU! thats why you neighborhoods are full of illegal shit... nobody respects guns the way the constitution said to! my guys aer the real bad asses...theres a shotgun behind almost everrrrrrrrrrry door and we use them properrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrly grow up and be rerrsponsible. 

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I want to talk about a Gangster wannabe woman and girls who think they have a cock between there legs and try to pass judgement on people. Phyllis's Rizzoto is a wannabe, her mother was the mistress of anthony Spero, her mother still get 10 thousand a month because Mr Spero promised her he would look out for her. Her daughter Phyllis' is a Pill head that loves to suck dick and tape record her circle of friends. Phyllis's Rizzoto is the big gist big mouth on Staten Island, all she does is talk about all her own friends / she still thinks her mother is going out with spero. Meanwhile, she is a terrible mother to her children, all she likes to do is suck all the kids on bay parkways cocks and talk to them without anyone knowing. She still talks to Dino Calabro , he is the kid who killed chestnut. And she thinks she can still mention speros name every where she god. Phylis Rizzoto is a big blowjob peace of shit and her mother is a whore to all the gangsters.  

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Contents

1 Tale of Two Men
1
2 Little Chris
23
3 Crossing the Guinea Gangplank
33
4 Bath Avenue Crew
59
5 Reaching a Dead End
82
6 Mafia Beach Party
92
7 Hot Enough to Get Burned
103
8 On the Lam
115
12 The Expanding Empire
164
13 A Friend to Law Enforcement
179
14 In the Wind
189
15 A Rain of Indictments
199
16 No Place Like Home
215
17 A Good Piece of Work
235
18 Falling Like Dominoes
242
19 King Rat
266

9 Ingrid
126
10 The Good Life
134
11 Takedown
148
20 The Aftermath
278
Epilogue
291
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Michele R. McPhee is the bestselling author of A Professor's Rage, A Date with Death, Heartless, and When Evil Rules-all available from St. Martin's Paperbacks. The former award-winning Police Bureau Chief for the New York Daily News, she was the courts and crime reporter for the Boston Herald where she is now a columnist. Currently she is a New England correspondent for ABC News and a Fox 25 TV contributor. A Date With Death was the basis for a Lifetime TV movie that aired in January 2011. She was also story consultant for the Lifetime movie "Who Is Clark Rockefeller?" that aired in 2010.

McPhee's true crime stories have appeared in more than a dozen national magazines, including Maxim, Stuff, Cosmopolitan, New York, ESPN the Magazine, Gotham, Manhattan File, and other international publications. She was the host of two Court TV Mugshot specials and her reporting is also featured in the A&E TV special Crime Ink, and the Discovery series called Rats. Her journalism has taken her to crime scenes across the country and has made her a commentator on breaking news for CNN, MSNBC, and the Fox News Network. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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