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July 16, 2013
Ed Falco on NY Times Bestseller List Again
The most recent novel by Edward Falco, The Family Corleone has made the New York Times Bestseller List for the second time since the publication of the book in May 2012. The book originally made the list shortly after its release.
The Family Corleone is a prequel to the popular Godfather series originally authored by Mario Puzo. It is set in New York, 1933. The city and the nation are in the depths of the Great Depression. The crime families of New York have prospered in this time, but with the coming end of Prohibition, a battle is looming that will determine which organizations will rise and which will face a violent end. For Vito Corleone, nothing is more important that his family’s future.
Prior to The Family Corleone, Unbridled Books published two of Falco’s novels, Wolf Point and Saint John of the Five Boroughs as well as a collection of short stories entitled Sabbath Night in the Church of the Piranha
Edward Falco was born in Brooklyn and teaches at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Virginia. In addition to the titles mentioned above, Ed Falco has written Plato at Scratch Daniel’s and the Richard Sullivan Prize winner, Acid—and a novel, Winter in Florida.
Unbridled Books congratulates Mr. Falco on his well-deserved success. Just prior to the release of The Family Corleone, we put together a sampler of Mr. Falco’s Unbridled Books titles Ed Falco Sampler and offer it as a free eBook available at all major eBook outlets.
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