Blunt and graphic, "Blood and Honor: Inside the Scarfo Mob The Mafia's most Violent Family" is a firsthand account of murder, money and corruption told from the perspective of wiseguy-turned-witness Nick Caramandi. It was Caramandi who helped Nick Scarfo get his hooks into the legitimate world of politicians, judges, unions, entertainment, casinos and all the rest. In Caramandi's words, "Wherever there's money, that's where we are. Wherever there's power. You understand?" Author George Anastasia shows the world how well Scarfo understood those fatal words. A veteran newspaper reporter, Anastasia begins this book in 1980 with the murder of boss Angelo Bruno and takes the reader through the bloodletting that ensued. From Camino Books, "Blood and Honor" is available at bookstores or www.caminobooks.com.