Now Available: Mysterious Tales of Lucky Luciano

Now available: Lucky Luciano: Mysterious Tales of a Gangster Legend by journalist Christian Cipollini focuses exclusively on the many mysteries surrounding Charles "Lucky" Luciano, the Godfather of the American Mafia.

Issued raised in the book include:
The origin's of the famous scar
Luciano's involvement with the shadowy Seven Group and Murder Incorporated...
Did he ever actually murder anyone...
And what of all the wild theories following his death in 1962...

With information culled from rare news articles, government documents and numerous published works, this book will give readers a chance to rediscover Luciano -- as a gangster, a man, and a pop culture icon. It no doubt also will ignite new debates over the facts and fallacies regarding Luciano's true role in helping to structure what became the American Mafia that still exists today.

"Christian Cipollini has become an authority on the dark, criminal underworld that thrives in the shadows of the cities in the United States. His understanding of how that side of society "works" is unrivaled and his writings show that quite clearly. Having battled violent crime in big city streets for nearly 30 years, I can say with authority that Christian tells the story right. His works are a must read for anyone who wants to see the dark side of our culture."
– Pete Forcelli, Former NYPD, Bronx Homicide Task Force

“Christian Cipollini is one of those authors that deserve more recognition. I was considered by the FBI as an expert in Italian organized crime and I recognize someone that knows and well researched his writings.”
– Ronald Fino, former FBI Undercover Operative and author of The Triangle Exit.

"The sorts of characters he writes about couldn't spell "Cipollini" but it's a name that'll be on the reading lists of true crime aficionados for years into the future.”
– Arthur Nash, author of New York City Gangland

Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Christian Cipollini has been a freelance writer and journalist in the realms of entertainment, human interest and true crime history for over a decade. A graduate of Seton Hill University, he holds a BA in Corporate Communications. He is the author of Diary of a Motor City Hit Man: The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story (Strategic Media Books, 2013). As a contributor to diverse types of publications, his works have appeared in the Tribune-Review, Asylum.com, Urban Ink Magazine and Mob Candy magazine.

Cipollini has also appeared as a guest 'expert' on episodes of Biography Channel Series "Gangsters: America's Most Evil,” The History Channel Series "Hunt for History." & Consulted on National Geographic Channel’s critically-acclaimed series “DRUGS, INC.”

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