THE BROOKLYN ICEMAN

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MEET THE AUTHOR

 

Anthony DiPello grew up in a loving family of first and second generation Italian Americans, replete with all the traditions of that rich, colorful society.

 

His experience on the streets of Brooklyn as a boy and young man helped him depict the characters in this story as full and complete pictures, painted with all the hues and eccentricities he saw and heard and felt in his surroundings. He also incorporated 50 years of successful business experience in his observations of the business practices of the times and the significant events that took place throughout this era.


Anthony DiPello has been writing fiction for about 10 years, and his work has been published in various publications. The Brooklyn Iceman is his first novel.


 

 

FROMtheAuthor


My book concerns crime as a platform of business. Unlike most crime figures that are held in awe because of fear, Castella is held in awe because of his business acumen and his ability to make money. 

I believe that my personal knowledge and experience with the history, neighborhoods, and restaurants of Brooklyn, New York, contribute greatly to the realistic atmosphere of this novel. 

 

 

 

PENname


Anthony DiPello is a pen name. The author was born in Brooklyn, New York, into an Italian-American family in the first half of the 20th century.

He has never been involved in any criminal activities, has no criminal record, and has not consorted with any criminals (that he knows of). He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife. He has been writing fiction for about 10 years, and many of his works have been published.

The Brooklyn Iceman is the first novel published by the author. He is currently working on two additional novels at this time. 


 

 

WORKofFiction


Although this is a work of fiction, many of the characters are historically correct (such as Jimmy Walker, Fiorella LaGuardia, Gino Morelli, and Al Capone). The author is familiar with many of the neighborhoods of Brooklyn that he writes about, having lived in some of them as he was growing up.

He is also familiar with the restaurants included in the book, such as Lundy's, Gage and Tollner's, Angelo's of Mulberry Street, and Joe's of Avenue U.