Monday, November 28, 2011

Meet Frank Calabrese Jr in Person, Author of Operation: Familiy Secrets How a Mobster’s Son & The FBI Brought Down the Murderous Chicago Family

Chicago Celebrity Book Author Event
Mob-Writer Frank Calabrese Jr.
Author of the New York Times Best Seller
Operation: Family Secrets How a Mobster’s Son & The FBI Brought Down the Murderous Chicago Family
With Special Guests: jon-david Chicago author of Mafia Hairdresser, &, The Glow Stick Gods
Anthony Serritella Chicago author of Book Joint For Sale: Memoirs of a Bookie

Date of event: December 16, 2011 6-10pm
Place of event: Bella Luna Cafe 731 N Dearborn Chicago IL 312-751-2552
Producer: Dwana De La Cerna

Eventbrite Ticketing $35 Ticket includes Bella Luna Food and One Drink PLUS Signed Books from all 3 Authors. "Operation Family Secrets" http://operationfamilysecrets.eventbrite.com

A once in a lifetime event where Chicago gets to rub elbows with mob & mafia insider book authors. Picture ops, mingling, book signing.

Bella Luna Cafe is featured in in the book Operation Family Secrets, and the owner, Danny Alberga, stood up to mob boss Frank Calabrese Sr. which make Bella Luna the perfect historical old work Italy cafe to host this is the holiday with the mob event.


  • Operation Family Secrets: How a Mobster's Son and the FBI Brought Down Chicago's Murderous Crime Family--Frank Calabrese Jr’s inside story of a notable organized-crime prosecution, in which a son turned on his ferocious father. "This is an undeniably engaging tale, capturing the nitty-gritty of daily life in the “crews” of the Outfit." Kirkus Reviews
  • Mafia Hairdresser--jon-david’s 1st novel based on the author's experience as a hairdresser to a mob family in the 80s.“This is a fascinating story and an unbelievable provocative title.” - Rick Kogan WGN*Tribune*Chicago Live!*Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan
  • Book Joint for Sale: Memoirs of a Bookie--Anthony Serritella’s takes readers on a story about his childhood experience with a book-maker. From taking $2 horse bets at his uncle's newsstand in Chicago's downtown district as a nine-year-old in the 1940s, to taking $20,000 Super Bowl.


1 comment:

  1. Interesting way to spend the evening, thinking of attending this one, getting to actually meet Calabrese Jr.,not to mention enjoy some questions and answers regarding the books.

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