Never Tell Our Business to Strangers
Publication Date: July 2010
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One year, Jennifer Mascia had to talk to her father through the thick Plexiglas of a prison visiting room. In another, she and her parents would go holiday shopping at the swankiest stores in the shopping mall. Host Scott Simon talks to Mascia about her book, Never Tell Our Business to Strangers, which recounts her father's life as a Mafia hitman and her mother's complicity in his crimes. More at NPR.org
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