Divorced from the Mob breaks the mob code of silence and describes the life of a woman born and bred into the Mafia and her courageous escape. A view of mob life largely unexplored by film and literature, this is an inspirational true story for all women.
Andrea Giovino, a mother of four, refused to enter the Witness Protection Program despite knowing there was a contract out on her life. Indicted in 1992 with her husband and brother on charges of conspiring to distribute marijuana and cocaine, she was relocated in return for her husband and brother's cooperation with the government. She currently lives in rural Pennsylvania.
Barbara Rosenblat, one of the most awarded and popular narrators in the country, was selected by AudioFile magazine as one of the "Golden Voices of the Twentieth Century." She is a three-time recipient of the coveted Audie Award and has earned twenty-six Earphones Awards. She has appeared in film, television, and theater, both in London's West End and on Broadway.