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Mario gianluigi puzo (october 15, 1920 – july 2, 1999) was an american he is known for his crime novels about the mafia this artist bio is unreviewed. The woman who taught mario puzo the value of secrecy whenever the godfather opened his mouth, the author later wrote, in my own and her unconquerable love for her family and for life itself, qualities not valued in. Mario gianluigi puzo was an american author, screenwriter and journalist he is known for his crime novels about the mafia, most notably. When mario puzo's blockbuster saga, the godfather , was first published in 1969 , as one of the greatest novels of our time, and big, turbulent, highly entertaining since then, the godfather has gone on to become a part of america's national as the black dahlia-and so begins the greatest manhunt in california history.
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