Find Big Fat Fanny Fast by Joe Bruno

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Joe Bruno's "Mobsters, Gangs, Crooks, and Other Creeps" was the runner up in the 2013 eFestival of Words Best of the Independent Book Awards in the category "General Nonfiction." Since the start of the 20th Century, the Italians and Chinese in the Little Italy/Chinatown area in New York City have endured an uneasy truce. In the first three quarters of the century, the Italians ruled the neighborhood with an iron fist. But starting in the 1970's, the dynamics began to change, as more Italians moved out and droves of Chinese began flowing into Chinatown from China. This did not bode well for Italian mob boss Tony Bentimova (Tony B), so he enlisted the help of his most trusted killer, Big Fat Fanny Fanelli, all six foot six inches and six hundred and sixty pounds of her, to ensure the Italians maintained control of all the illegal rackets in Little Italy, which was slowly, but surely being transformed into Chinatown. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What they are saying about Find Big Fat Fanny FastIT'S NOT OVER UNTIL THE FAT LADY SINGS!! By R. J. Parker "Bestselling Author and Amazon top 500 reviewer." (Amazon Verified Purchase) FIND BIG FAT FANNY FAST is a delightful read and had me almost rolling on the floor at times. Humor galore. Bruno never ceases to amaze me! 

AMAZINGLY FUNNY STORIES FROM LITTLE ITALY!!!! By Linda M  (Amazon Verified Purchase)
This is a must read book for anybody who grew up or near Little Italy!!!! I read it on my Kindle and couldn't put it down. I laughed so hard, I had tears streaming down my face. Looking forward to the continuing saga of Fanny and Tony!!!! 

FANNY IS FUNNY!! ! By Dakikle (Amazon Verified Purchase)
Fanny and B what a pair, funny and interesting all at the same time. I am hoping a sequel will carry on the story. What a great read! Thanks Joe!

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Published February 18, 2014 by Knickerbocker Publishing Company. 202 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The Five Points area was named after the intersection of the five blocks of Cross, which became Park Street and is now Mosco Street, Anthony, which became Worth, Orange which became Baxter, Mulberry Street and Little Water, which now does not even exist.

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