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by Joey with Dave Fisher

Author: Joey with Dave Fisher
Subcategory: Specific Groups
Language: English
Publisher: W. H. Allen; First British Edition edition (1975)
Pages: 248 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.5
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The New York Times–bestselling author of Killer: The Autobiography of a Mafia Hit Man reveals the true story of his .

The New York Times–bestselling author of Killer: The Autobiography of a Mafia Hit Man reveals the true story of his most harrowing contract murder. Joey the Hit Man was a Bronx-born hired assassin who achieved widespread notoriety after writing a bestselling memoir and appearing on the David Susskind show.

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Joey the Hit Man was a Bronx-born hired assassin who achieved widespread notoriety after writing a bestselling memoir and appearing on the David Susskind show.

by Joey the Hit Man and David Fisher. In the fall of 1969, a public execution in an Italian restaurant in Brooklyn earned Joey a mention in the New York Daily News and a twenty-grand payout from the mob.

Joey; Fisher, David, 1946- joint author. ark:/13960/t6nz8xp7j.

Joey the Hit Man was a Bronx-born hired assassin who achieved widespread notoriety after . Joey gave Squillante two weeks to live. But there was one problem: Squillante once had a hit out on Joey too.

Coauthors & Alternates. Dave JOEY & FISHER

Killer: autobiography of "Joey" a professional murderer. by Joey with Dave Fisher. ISBN 9780491013116 (978-0-491-01311-6) Hardcover, . Coauthors & Alternates. Dave JOEY & FISHER. Learn More at LibraryThing. Joey with Dave Fisher at LibraryThing.

Find killer joey from a vast selection of Books. Joey the Hitman: The Autobiography of a Mafia Killer: By Fisher, David. Customs services and international tracking provided. KILLER By Joey Black/david Fischer BRAND NEW.

It's all out in the open - what's tough is determining whether Jackie Sweetlips, the mob's buttonman, is really setting Joey himself up for the kill.

It was described by the publisher as a 'consumer's guide to organized crime'. Being a first of it's kind, Joey tells in detail his life in the mob, or the organization. Even on the opening page he dedicates the book 'To Money', which I would say aptly defines his one and only motivation.