MOBSTERS AS CULTURAL HEROES?

Las Vegas is building a MOB MUSEUM as a tourist attraction, and movies about the Cosa Nostra,Mafia,Mob,or record promoters for Warner/Electra/Atlantic are more popular than ever.

What's the appeal?  I dunno, but I find these sociopaths fascinating as well.

So, I'm having a former mobster on my show this Saturday 2pm Pacific Time. Listen LIVE by clicking this link at 2pm Pacific time! just click this link!!

Tony Napoli is our guest this Saturday! Don't fugetaboutit!

Cvr_myfather Tony “Tony Nap” Napoli is the son of one of the most powerful and respected organized crime leaders of the modern era. Tony’s father was Genovese Family Capo, James “Jimmy Nap” Napoli—a  mob kingpin who ruled over the largest gambling empire in America for almost 40 years.  

Tony’s autobiography is a bold recounting of the confidential world that he and his father inhabited. In candid, no-holds-barred language, Tony describe his life as boxer, army soldier, enforcer, casino boss, fugitive, hustler, and offspring to one of the most powerful mobsters of the century.  

His story is not only about the spellbinding dealings of the Napoli empire, but also—and equally important—the  singularly cherished relationship he had with his father, his don. Tony Napoli’s rollercoaster account of family legend and organized crime followed by his turnaround focus on sobriety and civic contribution is a narrative of our time. 
 

A Powerfully absorbing saga of personal redemption!"
       –Nicholas, Pileggi, author of Wiseguy and Casino

"A knockout! This powerful book examines, in great detail, Tony Nap's checkered past and his amazing comeback…"
–Bill Gallo, cartoonist and columnist, New York Daily News

 "Tony tells his story with honesty and a peacefulness of a man having to come to grips with past conflicts in a peaceful way."
–Sonny Girard, former mobster and author of Blood of Our Fathers  

“A true story told in the style of The French Connection.” 
–Sonny Grosso, former NYPD detective and co-author, The French Connection 

 

Tony Napoli   

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