Trinities is a tale of evil. At its heart is the story of the apocalyptic final battle for control of the the world's multibillion dollar heroin tradea battle between America's last generation of Sicilian Mafiosi are rich and ruthless Asian druglords. Set against a vivid backdrop that reaches from the streets of Brooklyn.and Chinatown to the remote and secret power circles of Italy and the Orient, this is a stunning novel populated with characters who are in every way larger than life: opium warlords of the Shan highlands, soulless hitmen and equally soulless yuppie financiers, and a lawman whose journey into the forbidden reaches of his own soul is as compelling as the great conflagration that rages around him. Never before have the worlds of Asian druglords and the Italian mafia been portrayed with such deadly fidelity and insight. Written in lyrical, incandescent prose, Trinities takes us further into these worldsincendiary, malevolent, and viciousthan any novel has before.
|Publisher:||The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||1st ed|
About the Author
A journalist who has also written three novels, Nick Tosches is an acclaimed biographer whose unconventional books -- Dino and The Devil and Sonny Liston among them -- illuminate some of America's more controversial, overshadowed talents.
Hometown:New York, New York
Date of Birth:1949
Place of Birth:Newark, New Jersey