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Free read Ô L.A. Times Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Vinnie Callabrese toils in the mean world of a Mafia hood violently enforcing his loan shark boss’s debt collections but he lives in the world of the movies one where he can tie a bow tie like Cary Grant and speak with the voice of Tyrone PowerVinnie is smart too and he fRcion sexual conuest – even murder – to carve out a place at the top of the film industryBut Vinnie’s old neighborhood friends have excellent memories and a long reach and soon his fast track career is facing derailment – or even worse a new driver at the control. I don't know how Stuart Woods does it but his books almost beg to be read in as few sittings as possible Each chapter sucks you into the next This story seemed to have a little different feel than some of the other books of his that I have read but it wasn't unpleasant It was an interesting look into the movie business and the mob I would actually rate this 35 stars

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E finds a way to turn his dream world into reality Arriving on the West Coast with a new identity and some ill gotten gains Vinnie discovers that his sociopathic nature is just the ticket for handling the intrigues of tinseltown He employs his old techniues of deceit coe. The story about mafia hard guy turned movie producer but with much if his problem solving tactics intact is one of the best offerings of Stuart Woods that I've read In striking contrast to many of his other overly good and cunning protagonists this one is a true anti hero to the point that he's actually uite unlikeable Absorbing fast paced and with a dose of black humour

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L A TimesVinnie Callabrese toils in the mean world of a Mafia hood violently enforcing his loan shark boss’s debt collections but he lives in the world of the movies one where he can tie a bow tie like Cary Grant and speak with the voice of Tyrone PowerVinnie is smart too and h. It was only entertaining because because of Tony Roberts' excellent narration even though his speech was far above what should have been that of the main character The author unskillfully gave away the plot twists This was okay since everything was an unbelievable fantasy