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In The Last Jewish Gangster, The Middle Years, picks up with Michael Hardy entering the world's most dangerous prison in Mexico to do the time for his mother’s counterfeiting operation, hoping to finally win her love. He works for a gay drug lord as his pistolero and uses his wits and brawn to survive. Surviving a year there, he moves back to New York where he gets involved in all kinds of criminal enterprises, some more outlandish than others. To avoid the law, the flees to Israel where he works on a Kibbutz until he’s kicked out, and heads back to New York to begin a new series of crime. This second volume ends with Hardy going into WITSEC and sent to Los Angeles to lay low, awaiting the trial of Sammy the Bull Gravano. Hardy lands a gig at a Hollywood studio, meets his future wife, and seemingly has the world at his fingertips.
David S. Larson wrestled a 300-pound black bear when he was fourteen, full of testosterone and Jesus. That prepared him for a life of storytelling. Larson is an award-winning Fortune 500 marketing executive, has written WEST: Journey Across the Plains; Mr. Meeks (a prequel/sequel to WEST); The Last Jewish Gangster, The Early Years; MAYDAY: A Collection of Short Stories; A Silken Thread screenplay adaptation (with Debbie Allen attached to direct); Savage Reprisal screenplay adaptation; Pit Stop screenplay; ghostwritten a historical fiction fantasy; ghostwritten an autobiography of a boring man, and, ghostwritten two fiction novels, one weaving two separate stories to merge and save a life while falling in love, the other a tale of a global catastrophe which send the world into an ice age and the band of preppers bent on survival. His current projects include the second tome of The Last Jewish Gangster, The Middle Years; The Last Jewish Gangster, The Final Years; Kathy's Serial Killer, a fictional account of a true crime thriller; and, The Lamb's Pimp, an account of Larson's teen years raised by evangelical holy-rollers.