Joe Aiello Albert Anastasia John Bazzano Cassandro Bonasera John Cammilleri Roy Carlisi Jew Minnie Clark Frank Costello Isidoro Crocevera Joseph DiCarlo Joseph Fino Sam Frangiamore Carlo Gambino Coauthor Thomas Hunt Antonino Magaddino Stefano Magaddino John Montana Pasquale Natarelli Angelo Palmeri Sam Pieri Frederico Randaccio Daniel Sansanese Coauthor Michael A. Tona

A two-volume historical biography of Mafioso Joseph DiCarlo, once known as "the Al Capone of Buffalo" and as western New York's "Public Enemy No. 1." Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influential Stefano Magaddino, DiCarlo and his underlings wandered, seeking their fortunes in Youngstown, Ohio, and Miami Beach, Florida, before returning home to witness the disintegration of the western New York Mafia. The authors utilize DiCarlo's colorful and violent life story as a window into the history of the powerful Magaddino Crime Family, while chronicling the significant parallels between the man and the criminal organization.


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Thomas Hunt and Michael A. Tona
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