The Mafia Philosopher: Two Tonys

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The Mafia Philosopher: Two Tony is a biography and a memoir about a true crime story. It is written by Shaun Attwood who has done quite well with several good books in true crime and other related genres. You must check out his Clinton Bush and CIA Conspiracies: From the Boys on the Tracks to Jeffrey Epstein‘s novel. On top of that, the War on Drugs Box Set by him would also make a fantastic read or listen for an even better experience.

Tom Campbell is the narrator of this true crime story and he managed to bring the real flavor to the audience which was required. His performance by all means was complete.

Breaking bones and burying bodies and then planting bombs have become the 2nd nature to Two Tonys. This was the thing while employed by the Bonanno Crime Family and it was this family whose exploits inspired The God Father.

After having some dispute with a motorcycle club, Two Tonys left a long trail of corpses leading from Arizona to the Alaska region. On the run, he was chased by bikers and a gang (Neo-Nazi) who were seeking revenge. On the other hand, a detective also started a nationwide hunt for the man.

The Mafia Philosopher: Two Tonys is a very fast-paced true-crime thriller and a memoir. It has got all of those actions of the Good fellas. Shaun Attwood did quite well to bring all this great experience in the form of a book and later in audio format for even better enjoyment. The book overall is a good package with quality narration given as well.



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