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From the Corleones to the Sopranos, fictional Mafia families have long been part of American entertainment. Albert DeMeo, son of a member of the notorious Gambino family, talks about what it was really like growing up in "the Mob." In his new memoir, "For The Sins Of My Father" (Broadway), he tells of being drawn into the world of organized crime — and then breaking away.
- Albert DeMeo Author and son of a member of the notorious Gambino family
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