The Honored Society by Michael Gambino

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With this blistering and revelatory crime epic, Michael Gambino, grandson of the original "Godfather, " aims for the gut and catapults readers straight into the heart of the Mafia--a world he knows better than anybody.

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Michael Gambino is the scion of one of the Honored Society's most respected and feared families. The grandson of Carlo Gambino--on who Mario Puzo based "The Godfather"--he became a made man at the age of eighteen, and soon became a powerful crime boss in his own right. Now thirty-six, having spent a third of his life in prison, no longer wanted by the federal authorities nor sought by his former associates (he never ratted on any of them), Gambino has decided to start his life anew.
Published November 1, 2001 by Pocket Books. 268 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Crime. Fiction

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Though promoted as fiction by the its publisher, Pocket, Michael Gambino's The Honored Society reads like a memoir, an impression enhanced by the preface from the author's mother, Carmella Gambino, and by the author's own introduction (""My dad, Vito Gambino, was a career gangster whose fathe...

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