Omerta, Mario Puza

Omerta, Mario Puza

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Publisher:  Arrow 

Publication date: 2001 

First published in 2000 

Format: Paperback 

Pages: 409 


About the Book:  

From the author of The Godfather – one of the bestselling novels of all time – comes Mario Puzo’s new novel of Mafia conspiracy, violence and betrayal. . .  

Omerta, the Sicilian code of silence, has been the cornerstone of the Mafia’s sense of honour for centuries.  Born in the Sicilian hills, omerta carried the Mafia through a century of change, but now at the century's end it is becoming a relic from a bygone age.  Honour may be silent – but money talks.  

New York – a mob boss is assassinated.  His nephew and the head of the city’s FBI both launch investigations into the murder.  But silence spreads like a contagion:  the silence of rival gangs, the silence of crooked bankers, even the silence of the courts.  However, the world of the Mafia is one without integrity, and riven with green.  And when money starts to talk. . .   

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