When Brooklyn was REALLY Brooklyn, the dangerous Brooklyn of the 1950s and 1960s, where life was iffy and you never shook the sense that fate's next blow might finally be the one you couldn't take -- that is the Brooklyn of Rocco Lo Bosco's NINETY NINE.
|Publisher:||Rocco Lo Bosco|
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About the Author
Rocco Lo Bosco has been writing both fiction and nonfiction three decades and has edited papers in the fields of psychoanalysis and the philosophy of science. He's also worked as a ghost writer. His first published novel, Buddha Wept (Greycore Press, 2003) is about one family's experience of Cambodian genocide, received good reviews (e.g., Publishers Weekly) and much praise from readers, many of whom call it "life changing." Lo Bosco has a nonfiction book coming out with Routledge Press next year, co-authored with Dr. Danielle Knafo, a practicing psychoanalyst, entitled Love Machines: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Age of Techno-perversion. He is currently working on his third novel, Midnight at the Red Flamingo.