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#159: Richard Muti



Richard Muti has more than 100 publishing credits, mostly having to do with public policy, law, politics and government. He spent 19 years as a successful trial prosecutor and has also taught writing, American government and politics, criminal justice, and history at three New Jersey universities. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Harvard Business School, and Rutgers Law School, as well as a former Navy pilot and former mayor of Ramsey, New Jersey, his hometown.

Muti's latest book "Cent' Anni : The Sinatra Legend at 100" (published by North Jersey Media Group Books) is a fast-paced, one-volume study of Frank Sinatra, the most fascinating entertainer of the 20th century.

You can purchase the book at shoptherecord.com/sinatrabook 

See more info on Richard Muti at http://www.richardmuti.com/

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