New York Daily News March 14, 1971 features Arnold Klein, the founder and chairman of the board of Federation Against Drug Abuse (FADA) dedicated to finding a substantive treatment for heroin addiction.
Doc For The Mob
Marco Falcone, a bright young man growing up in 1930s New York's lower East Side, dreams of becoming a doctor. But in pursuing his dream, he finds himself sucked into the La Cosa Nostra underworld, forced to provide medical services to some of the most dangerous mobsters in the city. His involvement with the mafia eventually lands him on Death Row for a crime he did not commit, left only with the hope that a lifelong friend will save him from the electric chair.
About The Author
Arnold Klein, a former New York theatrical booking agent, manager and producer, has written Doc for the Mob based upon his 25 years of experience dealing with various members of organized crime. They were the owners and managers of many of the nightclubs, lounges, and catering halls throughout the metropolitan area.