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The Making of a Mobster (Chicago Mafia Trilogy: Book Three)

Social data: 2.6K reads. 147 votes. 31 comments.

Description: Antonio Roselli was born in Chicago in 1910. From his father's connections with the Italian-American mafia, Tony rose to head a criminal empire, an empire his son was destined to take over. Young Johnny Roselli learned first hand from his father the...


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Surnames For Your Characters

Surnames For Your Characters

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Mafioso Man (Chicago Mafia Trilogy: Book Two)

Mafioso Man (Chicago Mafia Trilogy: Book Two)

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Chicago, 1994. Niccolo Roselli is neck-deep in the family business. Being trained by his father, the inf...

Old Fashioned Names For Your Characters

Old Fashioned Names For Your Characters

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Chicago Mafia (Chicago Mafia Trilogy: Book One)

Chicago Mafia (Chicago Mafia Trilogy: Book One)

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Chicago, 1963. The war in Vietnam is underway, but Charlotte Wilson has other problems. When her longtim...

iLurvBatman posted a message to EclecticWriter

Hello! I just finished reading Chicago Mafia and it just happens to be the best mafia book I've ever read, hands down. I love your writing style and the way you developed the characters. Although I'm a bit disappointed by the ending (definitely not expecting that to happen), I can't help but to love your book. It's definitely unique and you can count on me reading the second one. So, keep doing what you're doing. You're an amazing writer,  don't let anyone tell you different. ^-^

FoxalypticWorld posted a message to EclecticWriter

So, reading over 'The Making of a Mobster' I wonder.. does Cal have a thing for Emilia? He seems more protective of her than any other woman I've seen him meet. He actually seems all but desensitized to other women upset and hurt, but with Emilia he actually thinks on it.

the_weeknd8 posted a message to EclecticWriter

Your stories really get to me... I love it and keep doing what youre doing :) 

MrzStyles1 posted a message to EclecticWriter

I just finished reading Chicago Mafia.  I don't know what the second one is called but I'll find it. it was amazing and sobtastic I need more!!!

stormbreaker_h posted a message to EclecticWriter

I just read Chicago Mafia all the way up to The Making of a Mobster. I have voted for every chapter of the Trilogy and absolutely loved it. I even forced my older sister to read it and she absolutely fell in love. And I cried at the end of Chicago Mafia so much. The thing is, I love books that make me shed tears. I may have been angry at Jimmy and Johnny for what they did and for how you ended it but in a way I am just like Charlotte for I cannot see them even now for the cold-blooded monsters they truly are. And the reason I cried in the second book was also because of Johnny and Charlotte because it just hurt so bad.
The Trilogy is truly amazing and you have amazing potential. Keep up the good work!