TRUE CRIME: Never before told, this is the long-awaited truth about the 1984 mass murder of 11 women and children in their own home in Brooklyn, New York. The macabre crime scene was compared to the "wax museum of horrors."
Told from the perspective of Carmine Rossi, the neighborhood baker who rescued the lone survivor, an 11-month-old baby girl, this gripping story will keep you turning pages to the end. Rossi's long-time association with the mob made him the central focus of the media, a prominent figure in the investigation and key witness at the trial.
You will wonder if justice has been served for the grieving families. You will wonder if other shooters were involved, but not indicted. You will wonder why the story has never been told before. Then you will wonder if this could ever happen again.
The horrific murders of this innocent Puerto Rican family has moved into the annals of crime as the "Palm Sunday Massacre."
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