Sandi Lansky Lombardo grew up the only daughter of mob boss Meyer Lansky. Raised in upper-class Jewish splendor, first at the Majestic Hotel and then at the Beresford, at finishing schools and fancy stables, Sandi was the wild child of the late 40's, the 50's, and the early 60's. She was the Paris Hilton of her day, partying till dawn at El Morocco and the Stork Club, dating the biggest celebrities of the era. Her life was not without heartbreak and tragedy, including theinsanity of her mother, and the crippling handicap of her baby brother - not to mention his drug addiction. Sandi was privy to her father's secrets as well as his unexpected tenderness. She always stuck closely to the strict code of omerta. Innbsp; Daughter of the King, Sandi teams up with Nick Pileggi (author of the seminalnbsp; Wise Guy, perhaps the best-selling mob book ever) and multiple timenbsp; New York Times  Bestselling writer Bill Stadiem. Nick has made a career in books and films chronicling the mob, and Bill has emerged as a master of recreating the glamour and romance of the golden era of American culture with bestsellers likenbsp; Mr. S  and George Hamilton'snbsp; Don't Mind if I Do.
Lansky Lombardo, Sandra
Daughter of the King: Growing Up in Gangland
Weinstein Books, 20140304
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