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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

My Father, My Don by Tony "Tony Nap" Napoli - Virtual Book Tour


We're announcing the the upcoming virtual book tour to promote Tony Napoli's new book My Father, My Don: A Son’s Journey from Organized Crime to Sobriety. This tour will be November 17 to November 30. Please, read on for more details.

Themes, Topics and Perspective Audience for My Father, My Don


There are a number of the themes and topics included in My Father, My Don: A Son's Journey from Organized Crime to Sobriety. These include: mafia autobiography, crime autobiography, mob autobiography, mob history, mafia history, history of organized crime, organized crime, organized crime mafia, organized crime in the 1920s, life in the mob.


The book was written because Tony wanted to let certain things out rather than try and bury them. It is an ode to his father, and a method of exploring the relationship he had with him, where it went wrong and how it came back together again. This book will appeal to people interested in crime, autobiographies, underworld history, father-son relations, and tales of how people have dealt with addictions.


About My Father, My Don: A Son’s Journey from Organized Crime to Sobriety


Tony “Tony Nap” Napoli is the son of one of the most powerful and respected organized crime leaders of the modern era. Tony’s father was Genovese Family Capo, James “Jimmy Nap” Napoli—a mob kingpin who ruled over the largest gambling empire in America for almost 40 years.


Tony’s autobiography is a bold recounting of the confidential world that he and his father inhabited. In candid, no-holds-barred language, Tony describes his life as boxer, army soldier, enforcer, casino boss, fugitive, hustler, and offspring to one of the most powerful mobsters of the century.


His story is not only about the spellbinding dealings of the Napoli empire, but also—and equally important—the singularly cherished relationship he had with his father, his don. Tony Napoli’s rollercoaster account of family legend and organized crime followed by his turnaround focus on sobriety and civic contribution is a narrative of our time.


About Tony Napoli


Tony “Tony Nap” Napoli is the son of one of the most powerful and respected organized crime leaders of the modern era. His father was a mob kingpin who ruled over the largest gambling empire in America for almost 40 years. Tony grew up in Brooklyn and has had a checkered life as a soldier, a boxer, an enforcer, a casino boss, a fugitive, and a hustler. Finally, after a brutal attack against a young man who sexually abused his daughter, Tony was sentenced to a period at a VA hospital. During these years, Tony cleaned himself up, successfully completing a sobriety program, becoming pivotal in the rights-for-veterans movement, and helping former boxers get counseling and other services.


Visit Tony's website for a Napoli photo gallery - http://www.napoli.beckhamhouse.com/

Book for sale here: http://www.napoli.beckhamhouse.com/


November 17 - Great New Books that Are a Must Read – Guest Post http://newgreatbooks.blogspot.com/

November 18 – The Book Connection – Interview http://www.thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/

November 19 – Before I Was Published http://beforeiwaspublished.blogspot.com/

November 20 – Candid Canine http://candidcanine.blogspot.com

November 22 – Joyce Anthony http://joyceanthony.tripod.com/blog/

November 23 – Joyce Anthony http://joyceanthony.tripod.com/blog/

November 24 – Joyce Anthony http://joyceanthony.tripod.com/blog/

November 25 – Meet the Author at Blog Talk Radio. Call in # (646) 478-0982. 8:00-9:00 EST. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dennisngriffin.

November 26 – Book Hookup – Interview with Tony Nap - http://bookhookup.blogspot.com/

November 28 – Stories That Read You http://stevenbradley.blogspot.com/

November 29 Xanga.com http://www.xanga.com/cce613


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