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doc ☆ Table 21 ¹ ´ It’s New York City December 1999 As one millennium ends and another begins an erratic chain of events unfold that could change the face of the Italian Mafia forever In the turmoil a vacuum is created when one family falls creating an unprecedented void of power and a subseuent struggle for control of the underworldRoman Sabarese Ng New Year celebration a personal battle with renal cancer and the rigors of police life When an old friend appears in his office to ask for help in locating the missing starlet he is then reluctantAs the clock ticks and precious time runs out the city is turned upside down in a desperate attempt to find that which is lost and answer uestions that have been a mystery for over a generation In the end secrets will be revealed alliances will be forged and friendships will be betrayed Table 21 will have you guessing to the last page who will live to see the new millennium and who will no The outsider's nonchalance of mob chief Roman Sabarese and T Rafael Cimino’s highly restrained hand in helping him relate his story has resulted in a book that shuns any sense of melodrama and emotional attachment Instead we get a highly intelligent insightful and gripping look at Mafia life stuffed with fascinating detailsAs befits his previous Novel Mid Ocean Cimino stays at a distance with elements of suspense poetry sensuality visual irony and energy In this book it's all cerebral The author’s magnetic personality and storytelling talents make this book an addictive read

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It’s New York City December 1999 As one millennium ends and another begins an erratic chain of events unfold that could change the face of the Italian Mafia forever In the turmoil a vacuum is created when one family falls creating an unprecedented void of power and a subseuent struggle for control of the underworldRoman Sabarese is the owner of Evangeline’s the hottest restaurant in Tribeca He’s also close with an A – list television star who adores him After a tawdry cover story in a popular celebrity tabloid a spotlight illuminates the fact that Roman is the son of an indict Roman Sabarese son and heir of the local mob king has lived his life surrounded by suspicion and lies All that suspicion comes to a head when Zoe Greene disappears from right under his nose and while Roman races to find Zoe before it's too late the forces of good and evil crowd in tight for the killTable 21 is an entertaining mob related mystery written for an adult audience It contains various mob style murderstorturegruesome but not gory profanity including the F word and Jesus prostitution nudity an erection references to rape as well as some non graphic bathroom related material Readers should be aware that while the beginning can seem disjointed due to multiple point of view characters – it all make sense once you get a little ways in and begin to see how the various pieces come together See content based reviews at Sarah's Reviews

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Table 21Ed Mob kingpin and therefore heir presumptive to his father’s vast criminal enterprise that commands the Tri State areaZoë Greene is young attractive and enjoying rave reviews in her role on The Prosecutor a prime time network television series While on hiatus from her show for the New Year holiday she visits the restaurant where she worked her way though college After a uick dinner with her friend Roman and among the frantic holiday crowd she disappearsCaptain Stan Fitzgerald is the decorated head of the NYPD’s First Precinct in Lower Manhattan His hands are full with the upcomi I first noticed this book when it was nominated as one of the possible monthly reads in one of the groups I belong to here on Goodreads It had a low Kindle edition price and some really high ratings It then went into my to read stack When it came time to move a book from to read to currently reading I took a closer look at the reviews As it happens a number of those 5 star reviews are from strikingly good looking women I began to wonder if the good reviews were the result of his status as Hollywood screen writer than of the novel itself If you depend on reviews a I do when choosing a book to downloadread it is probably a good idea to consider just how many books the person lists as having read in GoodreadsBut all that aside Cimino tells a fast paced story The first half of the novel moved uickly Much of the second half slowed down as it plunged into predictability This edition was in serious need of good editing There are multiple grammatical errors that detract for me from readability The pacing of the story could have been improved with judicious editing as well While I am stingy with my 5 star reviews I am fairly generous with 4 stars While I won't attempt to retell the story as the synopsis is readily available this is a mob style crime drama featuring a good deal of violence This isn't objectionable in the context of the story But if you don't like gratuitous violence stay away from this one The author shows some potential but what you have here is potential not delivery