Interview with Petra Reski about her book "Rita Atria, a Sicilian rebel"

Interview with Petra Reski about her book "Rita Atria, a Sicilian rebel"
In 2009 the book Rita Atria, a Sicilian rebel got publish, written by Petra Reski, a german journalist, who also wrote the non-fiction novel Mafia. Rita Atria is a pentita, someone that breaks with her or his (criminal) background and will serve as a state witness. A mortal sin within the Mafia structure and certainly not something that will be don...

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