Nicholas Pileggi - Books

Books

  • Pileggi, Nicholas, Casino: Love and Honor in Las Vegas, ISBN 0-684-80832-3
  • Pileggi, Nicholas, (1985). Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family, ISBN 0-671-72322-7

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