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Destined to be anything but normal

Updated: Apr 25, 2019

My mother whispers into my ear, “Birth is a death sentence. Make every minute count.”

The first words I hear taking my inaugural breath March 27, 1954, 3:15 a.m. at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

I am given the Comanche name Kachada, meaning “white man,” by my mother Taabe a brilliant scientist and the daughter of Comanche Chief Peta, the leader of the Lords of the Plains.

My father, Antonio, an OSS officer is the only surviving son of Giovanni Toscano the Godfather of Franklin, Pennsylvania.

My name is Kachada Toscano.

DAY ONE: Birth is a death sentence, is the narrative of my unimaginable journey where two parallel universes— the chilling ancestral traditions of the Comanche and the ruthless code of the Sicilian Mafia—mysteriously intersect.

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