i venti corni: The Twenty Horns
A young Italian American finds himself kidnapped while visiting relatives in Southern Italy only to find that he was not the intended victim. Fascinated with the organization, he accepts their offer to join them. Upon returning to the States he finds his whole life changes and you are taken through the unique workings of a secret society, which its sole purpose is to help Calabrians. Salvatore Robert Froio combines personal experience with fiction and leaves the reader wondering which is fact and which is fiction.
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