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Charlie Opera
by Charlie Stella Carroll and Graf Publishers

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0786712139

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

> If you visit a night spot in New York City and a guy makes advances to your gal, be careful how you react. Charlie Pellecchia socked a guy who got fresh with his wife and wound up being hunted by the mob all the way to Las Vegas. Nicholas Cuccia, nephew of a mob kingpin, doesn't take
> having his jaw broken by Charlie well at all and sends two henchmen to keep an eye on him. Cuccia has special plans for Charlie. Meanwhile, others have plans for Nick Cuccia. What starts out as a simple job quickly becomes very complicated. Nothing seems to go right for anyone and things begin to spin out of control when Charlie and his wife are assaulted. Talented Charlie Stella has created a cast of interesting characters who will definitely keep you reading. You may boo the villain, but you'll love him
> all the same. And you'll be hoping Charlie manages to survive. A fun read with a great setting and plotline. Recommended read for the mystery lover who likes the high life and excitement of Las Vegas and lots of action.
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