Living in Corruption is a Non-fiction Book that Relates About an Italian-American Boy Growing Up in Brooklyn

Joseph Sal. Lo Giudice, and his brother, Johnny boy had experienced many of his grandmother's activities that occurred in the late hours of the evening. She stole very expensive clothing and sold them to her friends, who were associated with the mob boys.

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Glen Head, NY (PRWEB) October 1, 2010

Joseph Sal Lo Giudice is author of Living in Corruption, a new book that has just been launched and released as a best seller. 8/25/10

Joseph Lo Giudice, a.k.a. Joey Salo, was raised in the Marlboro projects located in the heart of Benson Hurst Brooklyn, New York. Mr. Lo Guidice has worked and lived in New York for many years. He worked as a barber in Rockefeller Center for 22 years and is currently employed as a property manager in Old Brookville, New York. Mr. Lo Giudice's novel, Living in Corruption is a non-fiction bestseller in which the author emphasizes the impact that several members of his family had on his life including his older brother and role model Johnny boy as well as his parents, younger siblings, friends and his paternal grandmother Rosemarie. The novel includes the gripping tale of his paternal grandmother's voyage from Italy to America as well as the trials and tribulations she endured when attempting to make a life for her and her family while living in New York before her untimely death at the young age of 52. As an adult Rosemarie was forced to provide for her family by the only way she knew how. She stole everything and anything possible, but mostly very expensive clothing. In order to make a profit Rosemarie would sell the clothing to the Mafia, there in establishing a well developed and trustworthy relationship with gangsters. They became her personal friends and consistently offered her personal favors and protection. The novel also discusses the story of Joseph's father John Lo Guidice and his misfortune of having poor hearing, resulting in his inability to partake in his mother's family business as well as the story of other members of the Lo Guidice family including Joseph's godfather and uncle Anthony. As a young boy Joseph recollects the late night events and activities which took place within his grandmother's home. Living in Corruption is a vivid and powerful tale of survival and the necessity of providing for family while adjusting to American society and way of life. Click here to learn more about the website: http://livingincorruption.com/.

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