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Re: How one author got to the bottom of dark family musings about her great-grandmother
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The author will be doing a book signing 4pm tomorrow Sunday May 21st Downtown J.C. at Casa Colombo Center for the Arts 380 Monmouth St. http://www.casacolombo.org/


Thanks for the tip... the PBS special and her book were great. Sounds like a great read with a nice serving of puttanesca and glass of hearty red vino.

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The author will be doing a book signing 4pm tomorrow Sunday May 21st Downtown J.C. at Casa Colombo Center for the Arts 380 Monmouth St. http://www.casacolombo.org/

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How one author got to the bottom of dark family musings about her great-grandmother on a trip to Southern Italy

BY
LARRY MCSHANE
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Saturday, May 20, 2017, 2:07 PM

Helene Stapinski, after examining the crooked branches of her family tree, decided to dig into its roots.

Turns out those were a bit twisted, too.

The result is “Murder in Matera,” a true crime tale with two origins: One in Southern Italy, home to her maternal kin. And the other in a Jersey City kitchen, where Stapinski’s mom regaled her with tales of her great-great grandmother Vita Gallitelli.

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/a ... s-italy-article-1.3181708


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