Sammy the Bull Nods to CARMINE AND THE 13TH AVENUE BOYS on Popular Video Series!
Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano, a figure synonymous with New York's infamous gangster era, recently gave a shoutout to CARMINE AND THE 13TH AVENUE BOYS on his popular podcast series. Authors Craig McGuire and Carmine Imbriale have skillfully crafted a narrative that resonates with fans of this gritty genre, and Gravano's mention is a testament to its authenticity and appeal.
The full episode can be found on YouTube and below, and for those captivated by Sammy's storied past, this book serves as a perfect complement. The podcast, boasting nearly 600,000 subscribers, has amplified the reach of this gripping tale, potentially boosting the book's popularity and sales.
Set in the heart of South Brooklyn's notorious underworld, CARMINE AND THE 13TH AVENUE BOYS offers an immersive journey into a world where loyalty, power, and survival were the currency of the streets. While Gravano's era slightly predates that of Carmine, their stories intersect, weaving a complex tapestry of Mafia history.
McGuire and Imbriale's work is more than just a book; it's a portal to a bygone era, offering readers an intimate glimpse into the lives of some of the most infamous figures in Mafia history. It's a narrative rich in detail and authenticity, making it an essential read for anyone fascinated by the real stories behind the Mafia's most notorious characters and events.