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Four women are about to start a mob war – and nails WILL be broken.
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Published (first published October 17th 2011)
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Kate (sleepy kitten)
Before reviewing this book I am going to issue a general warning: Do not pick it up if you have other things to do. It is a book that grabs you from the very first page and insists you read it in as few sittings as possible.
This book begins with introducing two women who were the wife/ girlfriend of mobsters. The mobster ethos is a key part of defining the women although they have to face recognition of the harsher side of that culture. Over the course of the book friendships blossom within the
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Four women are about to start a mob war – and nails WILL be broken.

Some epiphanies look like diamonds. Isabella Albrici's diamond shaped epiphany begins when her womanising husband, Domenic, frames her and her best friend Teresa for his diamond smuggling operation to save himself from jail. Prime targets for the prison’s resident psychopath, they’ll be lucky to survive jail, even luckier to survive if they get out – thanks to Domenic, ‘the family’ thinks Isabella is an FBI informan
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Grace is like a cross between The First Wives' Club and The Godfather. Teresa and Isabella were living the high life as mob wives until they're framed for diamond smuggling and sent to prison - do not pass GO, do not collect $200. As they learn the ropes in prison and are forced into a new role, they befriend Eve, a young woman who becomes a surrogate daughter to them. When the diamonds mysteriously 'disappear' from state's evidence, Teresa and Isabella are freed - but they have a price tag on t ...more
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Susan Bennett's first job entailed selling very large knives (think the bowie knife – "that’s not a knife, this is a knife" – from Crocodile Dundee) to complete strangers, along with camping goods and other assorted goodies such as replica pistols. Twenty years on, it finally occurred to her to wonder what some of those people wanted those replica pistols for, and she strongly suspects that many o ...more
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