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Joseph Bruno

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Member since: Mar 03, 2012

A Vietnam veteran in the United States Navy, Joseph J. Bruno started out in the newspaper business in the 1970's as a sports columnist for the New York Tribune. During the 70's and 80's, Bruno was an associate editor for Boxing Illustrated and monthly contributor to Ring Magazine. In 1986-1987, Bruno wrote a sports column for the Times Herald Record in Middletown, New York. His articles have also appeared in Penthouse Magazine, Razor Magazine, Boxing Today, Boxing World, International Boxing Digest, Referee Magazine and Inside Boxing. Bruno was elected Vice President of the Boxing Writers of America from 1982-86, and Vice President of the International Boxing Writers from 1980-89. In 2000, Bruno's first novel Angel of Death was published by His second Novel Find Big Fat Fanny Fast (2010) is available on

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After watching the HBO program "Boardwalk Empire Season One" on Netflix (4 disks - 12 episodes), I decided to purchase the book "Boardwalk Empire," written by Nelson Johnson, on which the HBO program

Book Reviews> Non Fiction l 2 years ago

They came from the mobbed-up city of Corleone, Sicily, but they perpetrated their murder and mayhem in the mean streets of New York City. The co-leader of the Black Hand was a monstrosity of a man

News & Society> Crime l 2 years ago

The Gangs of New York by Herbery Asbury, written in 1928, is a great read for those who love to read stories about crime and criminals that took place in New York City, dating back to the early

Book Reviews> True Crime l 4 years ago

When I first came across the title of this book on, I knew I just had to buy it. The reason? Because I grew up in Little Italy too, and lived in the "neighborhood" for 48 years, before I

Book Reviews> Lifestyle l 4 years ago

"Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdos of the Lower East Side," by Eric Ferrara is a grand tour of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, starting with the chapter, "Worth Street to Canal Street" and ending

Book Reviews> True Crime l 4 years ago

This book is a #1 New York Times Best Seller for a reason. I've read several of the previous books by Bill O'Reilly including: The No Spin Zone, Who's Looking Out For You, The O'Reilly Factor For

Book Reviews> Politics l 4 years ago

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