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The Mafia Hit Man's Daughter - Linda Scarpa, Linda Rosencrance, Marc Songini


For me, this book was okay. It wasn't the most insightful as she didn't really know what her father was really up to. So mainly, it was mostly about her life and while the author said she wasn't trying for a "woe is me" story. That's pretty much what I got out of it. I think in this instance, it would be hard to write a story like that and the reader not get that impression.

I certainly know you can't pick your parents. However, like I said, for me, this book was just okay. I gave it an extra star just because the author had the guts to write it.

Thanks Kensington Books and Net Galley for providing me a free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.