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Lorenzo Carcaterra


USA flag (1954 - )

Lorenzo Carcaterra, a former reporter for the New York Daily News, is the author of the autobiographical memoir A Safe Place and the New York Times bestseller Sleepers.
 
Series
Apaches
1. Apaches (1997)
2. Chasers (2007)
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Non fiction
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