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Letters to God By Anthony Solicito
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Letters to God answered by the author, using his own beliefs and opinion of what he would imagine God would say! The content is fictional letters sent by fictional people!
Justifiable Homicide By Anthony Solicito
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Lieutenant Jacob Marone (Jake) and Sergeant Brian McLoughlin (Mac) are Detectives in the Homicide Division of the Yonkers Police Department who are investigating the brutal serial murders of those... More > who have committed sexual offenses against children. The question being, “DID ANYONE CARE?”< Less
Don't Fall in Love with a Dreamer - The Autobiography of a Nobody! By Anthony Solicito
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For those who like “Reality” Shows …This is a Reality Book: I originally wrote this so that my children’s children, and so on, would know who I was and what I had done with... More > my life! When I tell the stories that are in this book, I feel skepticism in the air. Everything I have written is the truth. There are those of you who will discount this as bullshit! If you grew up in a housing project, ghetto, barrio, or any bad neighborhood, you will likely say, “He ain’t seen shit”! If you have lived through the “Greaser” (50s/60s) Bronx, or the “Boogie Down. New Production” (80s) Bronx, you will likely relate. If you lived in the suburbs, or a small town; If your life was boring; If you lived by the book; If you paid your bills on time… Then you will probably find this interesting! It just might make you feel better about your life!< Less
Justifiable Homicide By Anthony Solicito
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Lieutenant Jacob Marone (Jake) and Sergeant Brian McLoughlin (Mac) are Detectives in the Homicide Division of the Yonkers Police Department who are investigating the brutal serial murders of those... More > who have committed sexual offenses against children. The question being, “DID ANYONE CARE?”< Less