The GodfatherBook - 2002
A Searing novel of the Mafia underworld, this book introduced readers to the first family of American crime fiction, the Corleones - and became the definitive novel of the virle, violent subculture that remains steeped in intrigue, in controversy, and in our collective consciousness. More than thirty years ago, a classic was born. A searing novel of the Mafia underworld, The Godfather introduced readers to the first family of American crime fiction, the Corleones, and the powerful legacy of tradition, blood, and honor that was passed on from father to son. With its themes of the seduction of power, the pitfalls of greed, and family allegiance, it resonated with millions of readers across the world-and became the definitive novel of the virile, violent subculture that remains steeped in intrigue, in controversy, and in our collective consciousness
Publisher: New York : New American Library, 2002
Characteristics: xi, 433 p. ; 21 cm
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Don Corleone nodded. "Revenge is a dish that tates best when it is cold," he said.
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