Nick Gallicchio lives in New Jersey. This is his third book. To find out more about Mr. Gallicchio go to Facebook and Twitter.
Summer of Loveby Nick Gallicchio
“Steven Molinaro, a prominent lawyer is gunned down on the street. The family vows revenge. Meanwhile his youngest son falls in love with the beautiful Gia Scala. Both of them brought up in the strict Italian customs, they are careful not to go beyond what is proper. But eventually their passions overcome them and they become lovers. Nick asks her hand in… See more details below
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“Steven Molinaro, a prominent lawyer is gunned down on the street. The family vows revenge. Meanwhile his youngest son falls in love with the beautiful Gia Scala. Both of them brought up in the strict Italian customs, they are careful not to go beyond what is proper. But eventually their passions overcome them and they become lovers. Nick asks her hand in marriage and Gia's parents agree.
The wedding won't be till two years from now since Gia wants to finish her university education. The Molinaro family feels that Captain Petrosino is too slow in finding the killer. At the same time a psychopath roams the streets killing women. The family finds out that he's also Molinaro's murderer. They decide to take things into their own hands and chose young Nick to pull the trigger. He is successful and the family has been avenged. The"famiglia" stands firmly together to protect Nick. No one ever finds out, not even Gia as their love grows stronger day by day.
In full sympathy with the current worldwide youth radicalization, and particularly the overthrow of the world’s oligarchy, the author presents four indigenous working class leaders and revolutionists of 1967: Jerry Rubin, Abbe Hoffmann, Nick Molinaro and NYPD’s courageous Joe Petrosino. Universal health care is a must, as is the elimination of America’s selfish, money hoarding multibillionaires. Set in North Jersey and New York City’s Greenwich Village, this is a story of love, with intense love scenes and engulfed by hippies, murders, confusion and history. The turbulent sixties was not a time of peace; the war in Vietnam was raging, and a psychopath was on the loose. Efficiently and with excellent writing, the author intermingles truth and fiction.
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