Mafia non-fiction story. Wondering if anyone could give me feedback and would be intrested in me continuing the story.
The immense size of the Nevada desert can make any man powerless and insignificant. But how can you go from Vegas's most notorious gangster to a deprived being. Frank 'don' Lucchese was the godfather of the biggest Chicago mob family labelled the steamroller with their huge empire expanding all over the American states. With millions to be made in the new prosperous casino strip all Frank could see were dollar signs and another state to fall at the feet of the steamrolling mob family.
Frank Lucchese gained
the title of godfather after his ferocious massacre of his
superiors of the family, leaving him the only contender for the
title. Frank had a volcanic temper and his thirst for money and
power would foreshadow his downfall. Frank came from a Sillian
family background and mostly followed traditional rules of the
cosa nostra but with up and coming families using untraditional
methods to gain wealth and power Frank had to leave the
traditional methods and compete.
Frank's motto was 'work hard; enjoy the benefits' something Frank knew all too well. With being one of America's wealthiest men, he spent cash like there was no tomorrow (which in his life style, he could be whacked at any time) he adored finer things in life and would never be seen in public without at least $5000 dollars' worth of diamonds. Frank however unlike other godfathers shared wealth to his loyal inner circle which was made up by 3 made men.
The 3 made men all had the opportunity to become the godfather if Frank died and knowing this Frank always paid close attention and caution when he came to dealing with them. Although in the inner circle of the family it wasn't through Frank's choice but through the mass killing of rivals they each committed to gain the title of underboss.