The Women Who Really Were Married to the Mob


In a new book, The Mafia: History and Legend, Marco Gasparini looks at women who stepped into the breach when their menfolk were arrested, incarcerated or had to disappear.

“Mafia women have traditionally been wives and mothers first and foremost, yet that role has begun to change,” insists Gasparini.

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