La Mattanza: The Sicilian Madness

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PaperJacks, 1987 - 416 pages
Rivalry threatens to destroy the relationship between Don Corso, a Sicilian mafia head, and his son, Joey "Tiger" Corso

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La mattanza: the Sicilian madness

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Can the problems of a high-level New York criminal be made to evoke sympathy from a law-abiding reader? They can the way Charles Carmello writes about the career crises of the scion of a Sicilian ... Read full review


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