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THE LAST JEWISH GANGSTER • WildBlue Press

In 1944 Brooklyn, newborn Michael J. Hardy is rejected by his mother so she can run with gangster Bugsy Siegel, Hardy's godfather. Shirley...

CARMINE AND THE 13th AVENUE BOYS • WildBlue Press

This is the true story of Carmine Imbriale - a gambler, a brawler, a bandit, a bookie, an enforcer. For two decades, Imbriale...

Where Beauties Bloom. – The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog

Book Review for "Magnolia Palace"By Fiona Davis. Summary: "Two intelligent women in their 50s are considering the same curious questions in Fiona Davis' rich and...

The Big Apple – Awful Library Books

New York for KidsTour guides for Dorling Kindersley2000 presenter: I found this tour guide from 2000 while browsing the children's collection at my public library...

‘Girl at War’ by Sara Nović – Reading Matters

Fiction - Kindle Edition; Little, Brown; 336 pages; 2015. Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley. Sarah Novitch's debut novel, A...

How Lizzette Martinez Survived The Weeks Before Justice In R. Kelly’s New York Trial • WildBlue Press

For a while I went through a stage that I did not want to be called at all, because my mental health was not...

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