The triumphant last volume in the Prizzi trilogy has the Family cleaning up the "Environment" . . . to their own immense benefit, of course. Their final appearance is a cruel, vivid, comic portrait of America's best-run institution, the Mafia.
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Good news! The Prizzis are back! Don Corrado still runs the family. Maerose is married at last, after a 19-year courtship, and she runs husband Charley, the family's enforcer/CEO. The Prizzis are ... Read full review
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