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Daughter of the King

Lansky, Sandra (Book - 2014)
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The only daughter of the gangster legend Meyer Lansky opens up about her life as a wild child of the 1950s, her heartbreak and tragedy--including the insanity of her mother and the crippling handicap of her eldest brother--and her father's unexpected tenderness.
Authors: Lansky, Sandra, 1937-
Title: Daughter of the king
Publisher: New York, NY :, Weinstein Books,, [2014]
Edition: First edition
Characteristics: xvi, 240 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates :,illustrations (some color) ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Sandra Lansky and William Stadiem
Notes: Includes index
Summary: The only daughter of the gangster legend Meyer Lansky opens up about her life as a wild child of the 1950s, her heartbreak and tragedy--including the insanity of her mother and the crippling handicap of her eldest brother--and her father's unexpected tenderness.
Additional Contributors: Stadiem, William
ISBN: 9781602862159
160286215X
Branch Call Number: 364.1092 L295d 2014
Subject Headings: Mafia United States Criminals Family relationships United States Criminals United States Biography Lansky, Sandra, 1937- Lansky, Meyer, 1902-1983
Topical Term: Mafia
Criminals
Criminals
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The only daughter of Meyer Lansky opens up about her life as a wild child of the 1950's, her heartbreak and tragedy -- including the insanity of her mother, and the crippling handicap of her baby brother - and her father's unexpected tenderness.


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