Philip Carlo The Ice Man

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The Ice Man

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Carlo (The Night Stalker) has written another captivating true-crime book. This one tells the spine-chilling story of Richard Kuklinski, a.k.a. "the Ice Man"-because he liked to freeze his victims to throw off forensic investigators. Born into an abusive family, Kuklinski claimed to have killed for the first time at age 14. After a run-in with the Gambino family, he became a hit man for the mob, managing to live the double life of a professional assassin and devoted family man. The author spent over 200 hours interviewing the incarcerated Kuklinski and his family. If one is to believe Kuklinski, he killed upward of 200 individuals, including Jimmy Hoffa, Carmine Galante, and Roy DeMeo. It was only through the diligent work of New Jersey police officer Pat Kane, who spent six years building a case against Kuklinski, that the killing spree ended. This work is written like a novel; readers will become so engrossed in the details that they'll forget that this is a true story. Highly recommended for readers of true crime; perhaps the finished version of this book will provide the update that Kuklinski died on March 5, 2006, at age 70 of natural causes.-- Michael Sawyer, Rangeview Lib. District, Thornton, CO (Library Journal)

Praise for "The Ice Man"


"Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey." ---"New York"" Post"


"This is a work written like a novel . . . highly recommended." ---"Library Journal"


Praise for "The Night Stalker"


"We've all read novelists and true crime writers who try to put you inside the mind of the serial killer, but I can't remember one that succeeded with the physical and psychological intimacy of this collaboration between the writer and the killer himself." ---John Strausbausch, "New York"" Press"


"An exceptionally well-told true crime tale."" ---Publishers Weekly"
"Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey."--"New York"" Post"

"A hell of a book, a brutal page-turner."
--Larry King

"Philip Carlo captured the essence of who my husband was."--Barbara Kuklinski

"Spine-chilling...readers will become so engrossed in the details that they'll forget that this is a true story."--"Library Journal"

"Reading "The Ice Man" left me cold, perplexed, horrified. No one today writing about the criminals, the streets, has the insight and innate knowledge of the criminal mind. I highly recommend this book."--Joey Reynolds, host of WOR Radio

"Carlo writes with the sharpness of a stiletto. His words are cutting and brutal and meaningful. I could not put "The Ice Man" down. It is the most compelling book I have ever read."--Louis Free, the Heartland Radio Show

"What Philip Carlo did was capture the heart and soul of Richard Kuklinski. I could not put his book down."--HBO Producer Gaby Monet "Both my wife and I read this book. While we were reading the book, neither one of us spoke to the other for days."--George Nooray, Coast to Coast Radio

“Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey.”—"New York"" Post"

“A hell of a book, a brutal page-turner.”
—Larry King

“Philip Carlo captured the essence of who my husband was.”—Barbara Kuklinski

“Spine-chilling...readers will become so engrossed in the details that they’ll forget that this is a true story.”—"Library Journal"

“Reading "The Ice Man" left me cold, perplexed, horrified. No one today writing about the criminals, the streets, has the insight and innate knowledge of the criminal mind. I highly recommend this book.”—Joey Reynolds, host of WOR Radio

“Carlo writes with the sharpness of a stiletto. His words are cutting and brutal and meaningful. I could not put "The Ice Man" down. It is the most compelling book I have ever read.&#

"Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey."--"New York"" Post"

"A hell of a book, a brutal page-turner."
--Larry King

"Philip Carlo captured the essence of who my husband was."--Barbara Kuklinski

"Spine-chilling...readers will become so engrossed in the details that they'll forget that this is a true story."--"Library Journal"

"Reading "The Ice Man" left me cold, perplexed, horrified. No one today writing about the criminals, the streets, has the insight and innate knowledge of the criminal mind. I highly recommend this book."--Joey Reynolds, host of WOR Radio

"Carlo writes with the sharpness of a stiletto. His words are cutting and brutal and meaningful. I could not put "The Ice Man" down. It is the most compelling book I have ever read."--Louis Free, the Heartland Radio Show

"What Philip Carlo did was capture the heart and soul of Richard Kuklinski. I could not put his book down."--HBO Producer Gaby Monet "Both my wife and I read this book. While we were reading the book, neither one of us spoke to the other for days."--George Nooray, Coast to Coast Radio

Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey. "New York Post"

A hell of a book, a brutal page-turner. "Larry King"

Philip Carlo captured the essence of who my husband was. "Barbara Kuklinski"

Spine-chilling readers will become so engrossed in the details that they'll forget that this is a true story. "Library Journal"

Reading "The Ice Man" left me cold, perplexed, horrified. No one today writing about the criminals, the streets, has the insight and innate knowledge of the criminal mind. I highly recommend this book. "Joey Reynolds, host of WOR Radio"

Carlo writes with the sharpness of a stiletto. His words are cutting and brutal and meaningful. I could not put "The Ice Man" down. It is the most compelling book I have ever read. "Louis Free, the Heartland Radio Show"

What Philip Carlo did was capture the heart and soul of Richard Kuklinski. I could not put his book down. "HBO Producer Gaby Monet"

Both my wife and I read this book. While we were reading the book, neither one of us spoke to the other for days. "George Nooray, Coast to Coast Radio""

"Carlo effectively tells the life story of the family man who spent thirty years as a professional killer, while hosting barbecues in suburban New Jersey." --New York Post

"A hell of a book, a brutal page-turner." --Larry King

"Philip Carlo captured the essence of who my husband was." --Barbara Kuklinski

"Spine-chilling...readers will become so engrossed in the details that they'll forget that this is a true story." --Library Journal

"Reading The Ice Man left me cold, perplexed, horrified. No one today writing about the criminals, the streets, has the insight and innate knowledge of the criminal mind. I highly recommend this book." --Joey Reynolds, host of WOR Radio

"Carlo writes with the sharpness of a stiletto. His words are cutting and brutal and meaningful. I could not put The Ice Man down. It is the most compelling book I have ever read." --Louis Free, the Heartland Radio Show

"What Philip Carlo did was capture the heart and soul of Richard Kuklinski. I could not put his book down." --HBO Producer Gaby Monet

"Both my wife and I read this book. While we were reading the book, neither one of us spoke to the other for days." --George Nooray, Coast to Coast Radio

Reseña del editor:

A top mafia hitman recounts his thirty-year career before landing in prison, describing his relationship with John Gotti, his assignments to kill more than two hundred victims, and his outside persona as a suburban family man. Reprint.

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