Gunner Alan Lindbloom

Gunner Alan Lindbloom is a true crime writer and fiction novelist who spent 13 years in prison for being what the FBI described as “an enforcer for elements of the Detroit Mafia,” which he was born into, his mother being Grace Carmella Tocco, niece of Giacoma “Black Jack” Tocco, leader of the Detroit Mafia for nearly forty years. Gunner’s “The Lindbloom Chronicles,” a series of short stories based on his life growing up in a Mafia Family, have been read over 3-million times and are in development for a scripted TV series. His “To Be A King” novels are being hailed as “the next Godfather.”