Gallo Crew's Uncle Frankie Releases Manhattan Gangster Sequel

From MafiaLife Blog:


Of course, if you are a fan of the mob entertainment media, then you know Frank DiMatteo. You may have known him as Uncle Frankie, you may know him as Frankie D. You may have seen him on the Mob Wives show a few times, or being interviewed by Johnny P on his late night TV show. Maybe your a reader of his nationally distributed mob fashion magazine Mob Candy. Few of you around may still know him from distributing and working in the porn business with the famous Screw magazine.

But, were not gonna talk about those experiences here. Today, I want to speak to you about Frank ‘Uncle Frankie’ DiMatteo the author. 2 years ago he wrote, and published the first of many books in a gangsters series, titled ‘Brooklyn Gangsters’. The book concept pretty much gives us in depth look at the area mobsters, with a twist. The twist is all about how Frankie relates to them all. Some he went out to dinner with. Some, he had inside scoop that has not been  published yet. And, some never before seen images that he is privy to because of his media stature. If any of you purchased’ Brooklyn Gangsters’ you know first hand how unique, and interesting it was.

Well, it’s time to announce the release of the next book in the series. The first one took us where the mob went, and this one takes us to where it all began. You can purchase your own copy of ‘Manhattan Gangsters’ right now directly off the Mob Candy website, or just google it and find tons of online book stores. Of course, you can also buy the book by going to most of your local Barnes and Noble stores.

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