Confessions of a Mob Hitman

Fulton Books, Inc.
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Finally, an
inside look at mob warfare in greater St. Louis by one of the men who actually
lived it…and shaped it. It is an explosive, first person account…for the first
time!



John Auble, Reporter

Fox Television- St. Louis



 



Aficionados
of true crime history and/or human nature will enjoy this journey into the past
as gangster Ray Flynn recalls a life that he clearly feels was well-lived. You
may disagree with the well-lived part, but it was an interesting life. No doubt
about that.



Bill McLellan

St. Louis Post Dispatch Columnist



 



Ray Flynn
reached the pinnacle of his career in the 1960’s when he joined the Buster
Eortman Gang. Wortman began his career as one of the infamous Al Capone’s
southern lieutenants and as Capone’s cellmate. Wortman eventually won a bloody
gang war for control of St. Louis and southern Illinois.



Michale Flynn             

Son of the author Ray Flynn




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Publisher
Fulton Books, Inc.
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Published on
Jun 24, 2014
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Pages
164
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ISBN
9781633380011
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Language
English
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Genres
Biography & Autobiography / Criminals & Outlaws
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Ray Flynn
The former US Ambassador to the Vatican and the bestselling author of The French Connection join forces to write an unforgettable, compelling novel about a humble fisherman who is elected as the next Pope.

Locked in a stalemate after days of voting, the College of Cardinals struggles through the arduous process of electing a new pope after the death of Pope John Paul II. In an effort to break the impasse at the conclave, Brian Comiskey, Cardinal Primate of All Ireland, in a stunning surprise development, withdraws from the race. Explaining his decision, he offers an anecdote about being among a boat load of clerics who were caught in an unexpected storm, then miraculously rescued by his friend Bill Kelly, a former priest and now a Cape Cod fisherman.

The next day at the Sistine Chapel, still undecided about who they should vote for, the Cardinals smile to themselves as they cast what they think are throw-away symbolic votes for Bill Kelly--but no one is laughing when he is elected Pope. Meanwhile, in Massachusetts, Bill Kelly is on his boat at sea when he has a very clear and disturbing revelation: God is once again calling him to serve his Church. Thus begins the reign of the first American Pope.

Written with the style of bestselling novelist Robin Moore and the political brilliance and authority of former U. S. Ambassador Raymond Flynn, The Accidental Pope is not a religious book about politics, nor a political book about religion, but a story that gives insight into the Vatican and the role of the Holy See in world events. The Accidental Pope is a globetrotting tale full of suspense, drama, and humor.

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