Friday, February 8, 2013

The Godfather's Daughter

by Rita Gigante

What an intriguing title about a life as far from mine as can be imagined. And yet...the result is just okay, blandly fascinating, ranging from moving to outlandish to downright boring, the equivalent of a well-written, self-published autobiography that a friend might give to you.

Not to give it all away, but I will.  The Mafioso's girl becomes a New-Age healer who pairs with her deceased Don of a dad to deliver care. 

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