True Accounts of Organised Crime Now Available on the Kindle Store
A former member of the Mob provides a riveting first-hand account of organized crime in the United States. This book details violent apprenticeships and deadly contracts, chilling codes of silence, and courtroom battles. It is a compelling, gripping read that will keep you riveted from page one. But before you dive in, you should know a little bit about organized crime before you decide to buy it.
Oprah Winfrey's favorite gadget
For the second year running, Oprah Winfrey's Favorite Things will be available on the Kindle Store. The curated list of items will be available through the Kindle Store, where it will be available at a discount. The list includes 101 new items for 2016, including her favorite gadgets, home decor, and books. Gayle King, the editor-at-large of O Magazine, and Adam Glassman, her creative director, have been attending trade shows and food shows to make the haul.
Oprah's favorite e-book
Oprah's Book Club has selected Hidden Valley Road by Robert Kolker. This true story explores the confusion, shame, and misunderstood world of mental illness. It has already been hailed as a favorite of the season. The book is now available from Apple Books in e-book and audiobook formats. Find it now on Apple Books and start reliving history today!
Amazon's Kindle Unlimited
Despite its name, Amazon's Kindle Unlimited service is not owned by any of the traditional book publishers, including Penguin Random House, Hachette, Macmillan, HarperCollins, and Simon & Schuster. Those are the four publishing houses that together produce about 60% of all books sold in the U.S., and the Kindle has a similar goal: to provide a variety of books from a variety of authors, in any format and at any price.
Currently, the Kindle Unlimited service offers over 1.5 million books, with a selection of 1.3 million of these titles being Amazon Exclusives. The remaining books are self-published, a relatively small minority. However, there are some exceptions, including bestselling titles. For example, a recent biography of Italian gangsters was made available on Kindle Unlimited, but only a few of those titles are actually self-published.
Kindle Unlimited offers free downloads of new books and comics, as well as audiobook companions powered by Audible. However, the number of books available is not enough for those who spend extended periods of time away from the Wi-Fi network. In that case, Amazon Prime subscribers can take advantage of Prime Reading, which allows them to download one book each month. As a result, Kindle Unlimited is still a great choice for readers who want to read new books regularly.
Kindle Unlimited is an interesting concept but it's not for everyone. While it sounds like a good idea on paper, there are some disadvantages to it, including the fact that the books available in the service are not the most popular ones. For this reason, the service isn't recommended for mainstream readers. You should only subscribe to major authors' titles and purchase Kindle books that you enjoy.
Joey the Hit Man
The book reveals the true nature of the New York City mafia and the everyday life of a contract killer. Written from the point of view of an anonymous source, Joey the Hit Man recounts his life as a kidnap victim, drug smuggler, loan shark, and pornographer before making it big in the Mafia. As an adult, Joey was a contract killer and has racked up more than thirty-eight cold-blooded kills. His memoirs are filled with a slew of detail, from his childhood to his current life. Joey also explains the difference between being paid to kill and killing for personal reasons.
After a long and hard life, Joey decided to write a memoir of his experiences. He had plenty of scratch to throw around - he owned nightclubs and sweatshops, and controlled coin-operated machines. He even talked about Freud and Jung and plotted to kill Colombo motherfuckers. The book is a great read for anyone who's interested in the underbelly of organized crime.
In this book, DiMatteo and Benson take a fresh look at the lives of New York mobsters. The author was born into the mob family, and takes issue with the popular cultural depiction of the Gallo hit. They also give a full account of the suspected assassins. In one case, the authors point out the blatant lies that have been spread about him in the media.
Joey Orbach has spent ten years in prison, and during that time, he has learned to read endlessly. He is an excellent speed reader, and he used this technique to achieve his goal. Despite the ten-year period spent behind bars, Joey managed to acquire the skills to become one of the most famous hitmen in the world. Joey the Hit Man - A Biography
The author of Albert Fried's True Accounts of Organissied Crime, Edward Bristow, has been in the business of writing popular books and scholarly works for decades. This is the first book of its kind to deal with the world of organized crime, a topic that has always fascinated the author. The book is a fascinating study of a notorious criminal - he was the "Public Enemy #1" during his day.