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Teresa Bianco discusses her new book at Spring Hill Library, Dec. 3

Spring Hill resident Teresa Bianco’s father was brutally gunned down at his tavern in Gary, Ind. in 1970. When she set out to find out who did it, much to her surprise, gambling and the mob were revealed to be major factors. Police claimed the file on his case was burned in a fire, but with the help of a librarian, she read the newspaper reports and started putting pieces together. Teresa has written a book about her discoveries called “The Family Debt: A True Cold Case Crime Story.”

Meet her and hear more about her story and pick up a signed copy of her book, at the Spring Hill Public Library Saturday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m.

In “The Family Debt,” Teresa exposes a unique blend of good guys, bad guys and family guardians. It’s a riveting crime story that keeps readers on the edge of their seats right to the very end. You’ll get to know Giacomo ”Jack” Bianco, son of a Sicilian immigrant family, who become a prominent business owner, only to fall victim of an unfortunate and untimely demise. Who killed him? You decide.

The Spring Hill Public Library is at 144 Kedron Pkwy. in Spring Hill. The Library serves all those that live and work in either Maury or Williamson County. The library offers books, audio books, movies, WiFi, computer usage, research Internet databases, and is a great place to connect with others in the community.

For information, call 931-486-2932 or visit



Posted on: 11/17/2011


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