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The godfather returns

Author: Mark Winegardner; Mario Puzo
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Clemenza had been the one who'd brought Michael Corleone to be straightened out, a few weeks after he returned to America from his exile in Sicily. The killings of Sollozzo and McCluskey, which had served to make his bones, had happened three years earlier. Clemenza had tickets to a Dodgers game. Second row, right behind the plate. Michael had spent seven of the last eight years away from America, fighting and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Winegardner; Mario Puzo
OCLC Number: 58386915
Notes: Originally published: New York : Random House, c2004. 1st ed.
"A new novel based on the Corleone family characters created by Mario Puzo"--Jacket.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Book I: Spring 1955 --
Book II: September 1955 --
Book III: Fall-Christmas 1955 --
Book IV: 1956-1957 --
Book V: 1957-1959 --
Book VI: 1920-1945 --
Book VII: January-June 1961 --
Book VIII: 1961-1962 --
Book IX: Summer 1962.
Responsibility: Mark Winegardner.

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Clemenza had been the one who'd brought Michael Corleone to be straightened out, a few weeks after he returned to America from his exile in Sicily. The killings of Sollozzo and McCluskey, which had served to make his bones, had happened three years earlier. Clemenza had tickets to a Dodgers game. Second row, right behind the plate. Michael had spent seven of the last eight years away from America, fighting and killing and in constant danger of being killed. He'd missed things. He hadn't even been to his brother's funeral. The Dodgers beat Chicago, 4-1. On the way home, they stooped at what, when Michael left the country, had been the officer s of a daily newspaper. When they entered the huge empty room where the printing press had been there, in the pale late-summer light, sitting behind a long table, were Tessio and Vito Corleone. On the table were a tapered candle, a holy card, a pistol, and a knife. Michael knew what was coming: they were initiating him into the Family.-Dust jacket.

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