Quercus Publishing, Aug 1, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 352 pages
Vito Ciancimino – Don Vito da Corleone – spent forty years in the grip of death, mafia, politics, business deals and the secret service. Don Vito recounts years of previously censored contacts between politicians and the mafia – between the Italian State and Cosa Nostra. The key witness is Massimo, his son, who has given his personal testament for the first time in which he recounts some of the most important events of Italy's recent history. If Roberto Saviano's Gomorrah revealed the workings of the mafia system from street level, Don Vito tells us about the people who held the reins of power.
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