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Volume I. DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime is the historical biography of Mafioso Joseph J. DiCarlo, once known as "the Al Capone of Buffalo" and as western New York's "Public Enemy No. 1." Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influentVolume I. DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime is the historical biography of Mafioso Joseph J. DiCarlo, once known as "the Al Capone of Buffalo" and as western New York's "Public Enemy No. 1." Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influential Stefano Magaddino, DiCarlo and his underlings wandered, seeking their fortunes in Youngstown, Ohio, and Miami Beach, Florida, before returning home to witness the bloody disintegration of western New York's Mafia organization. The authors utilize DiCarlo's colorful and violent life story as a window into the history of the powerful Magaddino Crime Family and the American Mafia network, while chronicling the parallels between the life of DiCarlo and the history of the criminal organization that was founded by his father. "This is, truly, the definitive piece about the Buffalo Mafia." - Lee Coppola, award-winning Buffalo journalist....

Title : Dicarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime - Vol. I
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ISBN : 9781304265814
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 486 Pages
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Dicarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime - Vol. I Reviews

  • Michael Kochuga
    2018-11-10 07:18

    A exceptionally insightful, if slightly long winded, venture into the criminal world. This is an wonderful novel for anyone captivated by the organized crime world and seeking an highly detailed, both in text and picture, read. Not wishing to ramble on vomiting the same statement over and over, I will summarize by saying, 'This is an amazing portal into a world often wrapped in romantic notions throughout society.' Review of a contest copy via Goodreads...

  • Thomas
    2018-11-12 05:00