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December, 1985. Sol Edelbaum, gambling addict, is in deep trouble with the Gambino family. Find out to what extent his doting mother, Edna, will go to protect her degenerate bubela from the Mafia. Learn what really happened that fateful day Paul Castellano was shot down at Sparks Steakhouse in Manhattan. And perhaps most importantly of all, learn how to get a jar of Gefilte fish off the top shelf.

©2017 Geoff Sturtevant (P)2017 Geoff Sturtevant

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  • Jan M
  • Southwest
  • 07-17-18

What a Mother Does!

I found this book to be a fun listen. The story was very short, and had many layers. The blurb of the book had me intrigued. I loved the twists that happened. Geoff Sturtevant also added some humor to this book, which I enjoyed. I never saw the end coming, but it fit wonderfully. Jay Cohen, narrator, did a great job with the various characters. I especially loved his Edna voice. Geoff Sturtevant and Steven Jay Cohen were a great pair with this book. I would listen to more of their works in the future.

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  • APUser
  • Reading, PA USA
  • 07-10-18

And she means anything

What won't this Jewish mother do for her Bubula? Her son owes money to a loan shark, a very famous mafia member. She is determined to not let anything happen to her son, whom she adores. Lots of humor. A very fast listen. Under 2 hours. Have fun!!

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