Bless me, Father

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Doubleday, Mar 1, 1995 - Fiction - 321 pages
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A Mafia man's problems to maintain himself in business. The territory is no longer propitious for his trade, the inhabitants having become yuppies, and the sons don't want to follow in his footsteps. One commits suicide rather than be a mobster, the other prefers baseball to the boxing lessons his father insists he take to make him tough.

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This first novel is not your average, violence-ridden Mafia story but something far more subtle. Kriegel's viable, fleshed-out characters live in the world of the New York City Mafiosi, but it is a ... Read full review

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Mark Kriegel, a former sports columnist for the "New York Daily News, " is the author of the critically acclaimed bestseller "Namath: A Biography." He lives in Santa Monica, California, with his daughter, Holiday.