Best books about the mafia
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The Ice Man Confessions of a Mafia Contract Killer Audiobook #1 Philip Carlo
10 Books About the Mafia You Need to Read
Now, in September of , Sal wants out. With the wit and gritty glamour that defines his writing, Goldberg traces how the things we most value in our lives have been built on the enterprises of criminals. The Mafia has played a big part in popular culture on the screen for several decades. And there are thousands of nonfiction books all about organized crime. But The Godfather aside, there are not a lot of well-known novels about the Mafia.
How does one write a book in such an unwieldy field? Or is it the brutal reality of a criminal association whose only goal is the parasitical accumulation of wealth? What social needs, what desires and fears are satisfied by mafia myths? Sustaining these questions is my list of 10 books — some fact, some myth, and some both — that may help to navigate these murky waters. It is unfortunate that the most powerful of mafia myths — the honourable bandit in shotgun and tights — took shape in the pages of one of the most scrupulous and fact-driven modern historians.
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The President Street Boys by Frank DiMatteo (2016)
MAFIA ROMANCE RECOMMENDATIONS
In , chocolate and coffee are illegal, paper is hard to find, water is carefully rationed, and New York City is rife with crime and poverty. It consists of going to school, taking care of her siblings and her dying grandmother, trying to avoid falling in love with the new assistant D. Suddenly, Anya finds herself thrust unwillingly into the spotlight—at school, in the news, and most importantly, within her mafia family. For years, it was the perfect arrangement—Lefty provided the smarts, while Tony kept the bosses happy with their weekly suitcases filled with millions in skimmed cash. Many criminal figures sought their worldly riches through the distribution of Cocaine. While many were successful, others found death and misery.