Tradition of Silenceby Alexandra Devin
A ruthless and ambitious mob captain. An idealistic FBI agent. And a woman in-the-know caught between two worlds, torn by her loyalties, her conscience, and her heart. The story of the lounge singer, Vivianna Sallese, unfolds during secret sessions with FBI Special Agent Harry Cipriani. As she reveals the family secrets underlying her marriage to mob captain Aldo Ruccio, Vivianna discovers her own heart as she learns to trust Harry, her unlikely ally. The lives of Harry and Vivianna quickly entwine in a unique relationship that strengthens with time, and stands the test of even the most damning confessions of guilt and betrayal.
Author Biography: Alexandra Devin was born in Brooklyn, and grew up in Queens and the Poconos. She graduated with a B.A. Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, where she studied Theatre Arts, Writing, and Italian. Her junior year was spent in Florence, Italy. She has acted in Paris, New York, and Pennsylvania, and has had two one-act plays produced. She is a member of the Off-Broadway company, Illyria Theatre, as well as the Dramatists Guild and the 42nd St. Workshop. She lives in Queens with one cat, Mozart, and is currently at work on a full-length play.
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