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Friends of the Family: The Inside Story of the Mafia Cops Case by Tommy DadesTwo decorated NYPD detectives with access to the departments most sensitive information, Louie Eppolito and Steve Caracappa sold their badges to the Mafia—and became murderers for the mob.
The most dangerous corrupt cops in American history, they left behind a pile of bodies when they retired in the early 1990s. For more than a decade it looked as if they were going to get away with it—until Detective Tommy Dades and Brooklyn Assistant DA Mike Vecchione turned a seemingly dead-end investigation into one of New York Citys greatest law-and-order stories.
For the first time, the complete and shocking truth can be told of the historic case that rocked the world of law enforcement.
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Friends of the Family: The Inside Story of the Mafia Cops Case
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When an old university friend gets in touch with a request for work experience for her daughter, magazine editor Amy agrees. Twenty-year-old Josie walks into Amy's office, moves into the basement of her Notting Hill house and is soon helping out with her children after Amy's nanny is hit by a car. It seems the natural thing therefore for Amy to invite Josie on the family's annual to Provence.
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A Friend of the Family is a novel by Lauren Grodstein which takes place in the modern day suburbia of Northern New Jersey where the main character, Pete Dizinoff, a skilled internist, lives in a large house with his wife Elaine and son Alec. The main events of the novel occur between the years of , from Laura's neonaticide through Alec packing up and leaving his family. Lauren Grodstein utilizes flashbacks to exploit how the narrator, successful New Jersey internist Pete Dizinoff, ends up where he is today: estranged from his best friends, the Sterns, his son, Alec, and his patients, as well as on the verge of divorce with his wife, Elaine. This trait also sets up the violent conclusion with Laura. Pete Dizinoff is a New Jersey suburbanite, internist, and protagonist of the story. He is an unreliable narrator because of his narrow-mindedness; Pete judges everyone.