Mafia Princess

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Avon Books, Feb 1, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 386 pages
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In an autobiography illustrated with family photographs, the daughter of a gangster once the most powerful Mafia boss west of the Mississippi and an award-winning investigative reporter reveal the day-to-day life of a Mafia family

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i HAVE NOT READ THE BOOK, BUT I REMEMBER MEETING HER IN ST.CHARLES, KANE CO. IN THE LATE 1970'S. WE BOTH BELONGED TO THE "MUG CLUB" WHICH USED TO BE IN THE OLD CLUB ARCADA IN ST. CHARLES. WE USED TO PARK OUR CARS IN THE STATE BANK PARKING LOT.. I THINK AT THAT TIME SHE WAS DIVORCED FROM A UNION ORGANIZER IN ST. CHARLES I WOULD DRIVE ACROSS THE RIVER TO THE WEST SIDE OF TOWN TO PICK UP CIGARETS FOR HER. I THOUGHT SHE WAS FUN AND VERY THOUGHTFUL TO A MAN OF 34 BACK THEN, AND AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE AND SELF EFFACING WOMAN. SHE TOLD ME SHE DIDN'T HAVE ANY MONEY BECAUSE THE STATE HAD TIED UP HER FATHER'S ESTATE. SHE HAD RECENTLY BEEN SEEN IN PEOPLE MAGAZINE AS LOSING HER APARTMENT. I DIDN'T KNOW HER LAST NAME THEN, AND CAN'T REMEMBER IT NOW. WE JUST HIT IT OFF AS THEY SAY AND I FOUND HER A JOB ON THE FOOD LINE AT WHAT WAS THEN WESTERN ELECTRIC. SHE WAS ALWAYS VERY KIND TO ME BACK THEN AND I DID EVERYTHING I COULD TO MAKE HER COMFORTABLE. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE HER KIND WAY TO ME AND I WISH HER THE BEST.
FREDERICK NORD
 

Contents

The Havana Connection
1
Love You
19
The Mob Santa Claus
31
Copyright

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