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The Prince of Naples: How one boy brought down the Mafia

Hugh Gurney

Non-fiction, Biography, Crime

The true story of a 12-year-old boy who takes on the terrifying and violent Camorra (Naples' local Mafia) to rescue his people.

It’s the 1980s and Naples is ravaged by an earthquake. The Camorra, Naples’ local mafia, have pocketed the city’s reconstruction funds forcing its people to survive in rat-infested, diseased shanty towns. One boy has lost everything and he is hell-bent on revenge. This is the true story of ‘The P...