Fish Farm

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Fish Farm

Fish Farm Sicilian BLOODLINES run thick Gino Ranno and the Miceli family share a friendship that has lasted generations from the mountains of western Sicily in to today s New York landscape of the Hampton

  • Title: Fish Farm
  • Author: Louis Romano
  • ISBN: 9781456353704
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sicilian BLOODLINES run thick Gino Ranno and the Miceli family share a friendship that has lasted generations, from the mountains of western Sicily in 1890 to today s New York landscape of the Hamptons and East Harlem Lucho Gonzales, a drug dealer from Colombia with a penchant for sex and murder, has no friends only the wild companionship of a few psychotic men whoSicilian BLOODLINES run thick Gino Ranno and the Miceli family share a friendship that has lasted generations, from the mountains of western Sicily in 1890 to today s New York landscape of the Hamptons and East Harlem Lucho Gonzales, a drug dealer from Colombia with a penchant for sex and murder, has no friends only the wild companionship of a few psychotic men who dare to do his dirty work, and a family too scared of his temper to do anything else When Gino and his on again, off again girlfriend Lisa cross paths with Lucho, they unwittingly upset the balance of crime The result kidnapping, rape, and murder The Colombians may be dangerous, but when it comes to family, the New York mob draws a line in the sand Winner takes all.

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      Published :2018-08-12T18:17:20+00:00

    One thought on “Fish Farm

    1. Doug on said:

      A decent read but dragged in spots where the author analyzed the couple's relationship. Cartoon, stock characters. Italian and Columbian gangsters. Lucho, the Columbian boss was especially stereotypical. But overall a good, quick read.

    2. Lorraine on said:

      loved the writing, loved the references to the Bronx and to Sicilians, very exciting.

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