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May 18, 2015 10:30 EST

Cosa Nostra “The Next Generation of Mafioso” – Where other gangster novels end… Cosa Nostra begins. Crossing boundaries and international borders the Italian mafia resurfaces into a world that mistakenly left them for dead.

iCrowdNewswire - May 18, 2015

Cosa Nostra “The Next Generation of Mafioso”

Where other gangster novels end… Cosa Nostra begins. Crossing boundaries and international borders the Italian mafia resurfaces into a world that mistakenly left them for dead.

Genre:
Thriller
Page Length:
100 – 250 Pages
Book Status:
Completed Manuscript

I have a completed book.  I would like to complete another round of editing, then hire a publicist.  Printing several hundred copies to conduct a few book signings would be a blessing.  As my campaign stands, it is a ‘do what I can when I can’, I would be thankful for a successful campaign from Pubslush.  

Interview with Patrick D’Andrea

Why did you write the book?

I wanted to create a new story line, not one that is simply told from a different direction. I wanted the characters to share some resemblance of gangsters of the past but in a new setting. One that is fitting for the times and for the conspiracy theorist.

What do you plan to do with the funds you raise?

Market , market, market. Writing the novel was easy getting it to the readers is difficult.

What was your inspiration for the book?

Neighborhood tales and the present state of international economics.

 

Interview with Patrick D’Andrea

Why did you write the book?

I wanted to create a new story line, not one that is simply told from a different direction. I wanted the characters to share some resemblance of gangsters of the past but in a new setting. One that is fitting for the times and for the conspiracy theorist.

What do you plan to do with the funds you raise?

Market , market, market. Writing the novel was easy getting it to the readers is difficult.

What was your inspiration for the book?

Neighborhood tales and the present state of international economics.

Contact Information:

Patrick D'Andrea

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