The red harvest 1982-2010. Chronicle of a mafia war and its very distinctive consequences

There were many turret housewives that were never home. Then, suddenly, all began to travel, in turn. From the town above Punta Raisi in New York. They wore panciere and under those stancing there was so much, so much heroin. When one of them were tried, "I was borotalco to me". It tells this and other Henrico Degree stories in red crop, re-released now, seventeen years later, with a dense update. What happened to the housewives today? And are the electricity of Brancaccio still capable of building Lebanese autobombs? And Mannoia's wife, who convinced her husband to repent and went to Rome to deal with criminalpol, what does it do today? After telling us about small stories and celebrities (La Torre, Falcone, Borsellino etc.), Enrico Deaglio returns to Sicily, looking for new stories: Stories of mafia. To understand how the old ones have ended and what news there are. To tell us, from a skilled narrator, the new era: since 1993, when the state descends to terms with the mafia, to date, with the latest revelations of spatula and cynchimino.

  • Author: Enrico Degre
  • Format: Paperback, 15.5 x 21.5 cm
  • Pages: 379
  • Publisher: the tester
  • Necklace: Culture
  • Year: 2010

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