Sing Deadly by Carme Pitrello

Sing Deadly

byCarme Pitrello

Kobo ebook | December 14, 2011

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Danny is a product of the streets of Chicago, without a family, amid prostitutes, drugs and organized crime. To survive he did what he had to do. Danny was intelligent, charming and talented, but a very complicated man. A hero to some, but to others a fierce and deadly rival. Danny's success is a product of opportunity, raw talent, and his network of unsavory acquaintances. His rapid rise to stardom was unusual, but when orchestrated by powerful people with the right connections, the author creates a scenario that is perfectly plausible. The contrasts between characters, loyalties, and Danny's ability to handle almost anything single-handedly, make for a fascinating story. Danny is the perfect combination of singer and ladies man. But beneath it all lies a ruthless, calculating killer, working for the most powerful mob boss in the country. Set in the fast paced backdrop of organized crime and the glamorous show business industry of the 50's and 60's, this book gives the reader a close up look at the cold, ruthless, manipulative and treacherous players behind the scenes. The girls, stars, club owners, and promoters are all depicted with great realism. Many readers will go away wondering how much of this book is really fiction. If language, violence and torrid love scenes offend you, don't buy this book.
Title:Sing DeadlyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 14, 2011Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1618427989

ISBN - 13:9781618427984