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Titel: Thy Father's Son: A Novel
Verlag: St. Martin's Press
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
0312290616 Fine in Fine dust jacket. First edition.* Quality, Value, Experience. For further information or scans please call or email. Buchnummer des Verkäufers NT912RMC019
Inhaltsangabe: New York City, October 1962: The Cuban missile crisis threatens the world as a drug war consumes the mafia. Caught up in its midst is Davey Rossi, former lightweight champion and son of Mafia don Vince Rossi. As Davey trains for his comeback to regain the title, he learns of a secret kept by Vince and his brother Johnny--a betrayal that split the Rossi family and caused its tragic involvement in the long-buried wars between the Jewish and Italian gangsters of the 1920's and 30's.
The past and its deadly mystery force Davey to enter the violent life he has tried to avoid. He is pitted against ambitious, cunning Mafiosi steeped in guile and treachery. Davey searches for Dolly Irving, the reclusive stage star of the 1920's who knew the mobsters of that glamorous, roaring decade. And he falls in love with Julie Alpert, a beautiful tax attorney whose covert agenda threatens to bring down the Rossi family.
Told in a pitch-perfect voice, with a rich and varied cast, and set against the backdrop of the Kennedy brothers' vendetta against the Mafia, Thy Father's Son is a stunning novel of family loyalty, redemption, and the sins of the past that can only be expiated by vengeance.
Über den Autor:
Leo Rutman is the author of three previous novels, all set in New York City. He has written several critically acclaimed plays, and received playwriting awards from Columbia University and from Yale where he was a Joseph E. Levine Film Fellow. He was playwright in residence at Brandeis University and has been a member of the Playwrights Unit from the Actor's Studio. He is a lifelong New Yorker.
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