Mob Killer

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Pinnacle Books, 2011 - True Crime - 344 pages
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A Crazed Killer

He dissolved the bodies of some of his victims in acid and poured them down the sewer. He hung grisly souvenirs on nails in his junkyard.

La Costra Nostra

Charles Carneglia was a stone-cold killer who fell in with the bloodthirsty John Gotti crew. As the infamous crime family rose to power with their murderous trail of sex, jealousy, greed, and revenge, Carneglia rose with them.

Mafia, Madness And Murder

This is the horrifying story of a misfit who fit perfectly into the New York mafia. In a harrowing journey inside a ruthless criminal underworld, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Anthony M. DeStefano chronicles one man's life in a world of depraved acts of violence and the horrors that went with being a member of the Gambino family.

"Thrilling American crime writing." -Jimmy Breslin on King of the Godfathers

Includes 16 Pages of Shocking Photos
 

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Mob Killer: The Bloody Rampage of Charlie Carneglia, Mafia Hit Man

User Review  - Deirdre Bray Root - Book Verdict

La Cosa Nostra just isn't what it used to be, as Charlie Carneglia could tell you. A made man of the old school, he joined up with John Gotti's crew, and as the Dapper Don rose to the head of the ... Read full review

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If you're going to write a story including people's names or nicknames,at least get it right. My father (r.i.p) Oscar Ansourian was known as "Little O" not "Big O". He was a short little guy all his life,that's what gave him the name.

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About the author (2011)

Anthony DeStefano is a best selling author. He graduated summa cum laude from St. John's University in Staten Island with a degree in Philosophy/Theology. DeStefano's books include A Travel Guide To Heaven (Doubleday, 2003), and Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, (Doubleday, 2007). Recent releases are This Little Prayer of Mine and Little Star, both from WaterBrook Press and I Just Can't Take it Anymore! from Zondervan.

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