The Mob Doctor

The Mob Doctor
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Tags: Q-Z, Recommended Books
Publication Year: September 2012
Format: Paperback
Length: 300 Pages
ASIN: 156980480X
ISBN: 9781569804803

Originally published as "Il Dottore", The Mob Doctor is the riveting true story of a Jewish kid from the Bronx who became a Mafia insider and physician to top NY Mafia dons such as John Gotti and Carlo Gambino.

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About the Book

The Mob Doctor is the riveting true story of a Jewish kid from the Bronx who became a Mafia insider and physician to top NY Mafia Dons such as John Gotti,  Carlo Gambino, Paul Castellano,  and Joe Bonanno.  As a result, the doctor led a double life:  a well-respected surgeon and socialite by day, and “Il Dottore,” a gambler and sex addict, by night.  Welcomed into an exciting and glamorous underworld which included discos, drugs, high-stakes gambling and beautiful women, he somehow managed to pursue his true profession seriously and in time, became one of the nation’s leading cardiac surgeons. Eventually, he had to make a choice between loyalty to the mob and killing a government witness on the operating table or remaining true to his Hippocratic Oath, all under the watchful eye of New York’s top federal prosecutor, Rudolph Giuliani.

Who is the real MOB DOCTOR?   Every man, someday, has to make a choice!

About the Author
Ron Felber

Ron Felber is a graduate of Georgetown University and Loyola University Chicago where he earned his master’s degree. He started writing articles for True Detective magazine that led to novels published by Barricade Books: "A Man of Indeterminate Value" and "The Kafka Society" culminating with "Dark Angel". His true crime book, "Il Dottore: A Double Life of a Mafia Doctor" was the inspiration for a TV series. Mr. Felber lives in Mendham, NJ

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