Under the Williamsburg Bridge: The Story of an American Family

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Trafford Publishing, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 116 pages
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"Under the Williamsburg Bridge" is the true story of a man who was one of the founding members of the American Mafia and his two sons. His mobster son worked with the likes of Lucky Luciano, Dutch Schultz, and Bugsy Siegel, and was a decorated war hero; his other son opted to forsake the family business for a career in criminal law.

From the early days of the Mafia, to the jungles of Burma with Merrill's Marauders during World War II, to the strange world of America's Asian criminal underworld, Under the Williamsburg Bridge tells the story of three generations of a unique American family.

 

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Frank Bari comes from a family of Mafia members, but, he chose to devote himself to criminal defense law. Because of his law practice, he is recognized as an expert in Asian gangs. Mark C. Gribben is the author of The Malefactor's Register, an exploration of murder past & present.

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