AFFECTS OF THE MIND

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Author House, Jan 30, 2004 - Fiction - 148 pages
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From the time Jake Wilson moved from upstate New York to New York City with his mother he had ambitions to be someone of importance. He started in the jewelry and clock repair business. Things were going well for Jake and his mother until one day a young lady walked into his office and wanted her expensive watch repaired.

After that encounter, Jake had some unexpected incidents in his life. It seems like once things began to happen; there just wasn’t an end in sight. It all began with problems by the Mafia with his mother. It then overflowed to his brother in Texas until everything became overwhelming to Jake. He met the Mafia and everything began to take a turn for the worse.

Charles D. Sorrentino, Sr.’s Affects of the Mind is a book that demonstrates what happens to the mind when a person tries to complete an unlawful task on their own.

 

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Contents

Chapter 2 Texas Trip
10
Chapter 3 The Witness
24
Chapter 4 Target Practice
38
Chapter 5 Phone Call From Ann
42
Chapter 6 The Arrest and Trial
50
Chapter 7 Serving the Time
76
Chapter 8 The Note
84
Chapter 9 The Sell
94
Chapter 10 The Family
112
Chapter 11 Face to Face
128
Closing Comments
136
About the Author
138
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Charles D. Sorrentino, Sr. was born in Colorado.  He enjoys sports and writing.  He and his wife, Ellen, have three children: Richard, Debra, and Charles, Jr.  The family has lived in Santa Clarita, California, since 1986.

Charles D. Sorrentino has written another book titled A Boy Named Jimmy that is available through bookstores and at Amazon.com.

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