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Joe Dogs: The Life & Crimes of a Mobster
Contributor(s): Iannuzzi, Joseph (Author)

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ISBN: 1476791422     ISBN-13: 9781476791425
Publisher: Gallery Books
OUR PRICE: $18.69  

Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: April 2014
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Annotation: A former mobster with the Gambino crime family describes life on the inside and discusses how he risked his life time and again as an FBI informant and star witness for five major trials. 100,000 first printing.
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BISAC Categories:
- True Crime | Murder - General
- Biography & Autobiography
Dewey: 364.109
Physical Information: 0.74" H x 5" W x 8" (0.77 lbs) 336 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Iannuzzi, Joseph: - Joseph "Joe Dogs" Iannuzzi is the author of Joe Dogs: The Life and Crimes of a Mobster, The Mafia Cookbook, and The Mafia Cookbook: Revised and Expanded.

Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 1993 April #3)
Probably more fully than other books about the Mafia, this autobiography of a thug who worked primarily for the Gambino crime family, and occasionally for the Colombos, reveals what mobsters are like. Iannuzzi depicts them as stupid, but with a certain shrewdness; fanatically greedy for money, which they spend on mistresses and gambling; and enamored of the street concept of machismo. He likens them to children arguing over whose father is stronger as they simultaneously battle about who has the higher-ranking gangland contacts. Iannuzzi, who grew up in a suburb of New York City, became the right-hand man in Florida for one Tommy Agro; when Iannuzzi was slow to pay a debt of $8000, Agro had him so badly beaten that he became an FBI informant and played a major role at the trials of many Mafiosi throughout the 1980s. ``Joe Dogs'' is now in retirement. Photos not seen by PW. (June) Copyright 1993 Cahners Business Information.
 
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