Wiser Guy Author Louis DiVita Slated for Chepesiuk's Crime Beat

Louis DiVita, author of A Wiser Guy and good friend, is slated to appear on Crime Beat, a web show hosted by award-winning crime writer Ron Chepesiuk and journalist Will Hryb.

Louis P DiVita, the grandson and great nephew of two of the American Mafia's founders, was also close to and or related to New Jersey-based Genovese crime family members, released his memoir last year, A Wiser Guy, which is among the top titles we've been promoting on Amazon.com.



On the air since Jan.  28, 2011, Crime Beat is a weekly hour-long radio program that airs every Thursday at 8 p.m. EST. It averages 180,000 listeners in 130-plus countries. (Shows are archived at www.artistfirst.com/crimebeat.htm for 24-7 listening.)




Louis is slated to appear on Crime Beat on February 9 to discuss his book A Wiser Guy. (See www.awiserguy.com.)
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Based on your interest here's a list of the top titles of the past 30 days, ordered by numbers of clicks as per proprietary data. (Non-mob-related books and products were not included.)

Inside the Last Great Mafia Empire
The Canary Sang but Couldn't Fly
Cradle of Crime
A Wiser Guy
For the Sins of My Father
Malavita
Murder Inc.: Gangland Mysteries
Lucky Luciano: Mysterious Tales of a Gangland Legend
The Westies: Inside New York's Irish Mob
Shadow of My Father
Gangsters of Harlem: The Gritty Underworld of New York City's Most Famous Neighborhood
R.I.C.O. (RICO Book 1)



READ Louis DiVita Details Life in a Mafia Family


Crime Beat's full lineup can be viewed on the Crime Beat archive page, where it's noted that:

The Crime Beat show has been on the air since January 2011 and has listeners in 130 plus countries. Guests have included Henry Hill, Noam Chomsky, George Jung, Joe Pistone (aka Donnie Brasco) and Chris Kyle, American sniper, among others.





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