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THE POPE OF GREENWICH VILLAGE

Patrick, Vincent

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ISBN 10: 0872235351 / ISBN 13: 9780872235359
Published by New York Seaview Books (1979)., 1979
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The basis for the highly successful film. Fine in slightly rubbed d/w (pc). 1st edition. Binding is cl.sp.bds. Bookseller Inventory # 005988

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Title: THE POPE OF GREENWICH VILLAGE

Publisher: New York Seaview Books (1979).

Publication Date: 1979

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: F.

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When three small-time hoods rob a Mafia safe and stumble upon a dead cop in the process, they find themselves relentlessly hunted and able to trust no one--least of all each other

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Vincent Patrick has a work background appropriate for a novelist’s book jacket. Born in the Bronx, New York, he finished both high school and engineering college at night and has had a remarkable range of jobs. He’s been a door-to-door Bible salesman, bartender, restaurant owner, Standard-bred Pacer owner, vice-president of an engineering consulting firm, teacher in a community college (writing fiction in the off-hours from his late teens.) After the publication of this, his first novel, he wrote screenplays for many years, including the script for the movie, The Pope of Greenwich Village (with Micky Rouark and Eric Roberts) and for the movie of his second novel, Family Business (Sean Connery, Dustin Hoffman and Mathew Broderick, Directed by Sidney Lumet).

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