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Review: Molly Brodak’s “Bandit” creates her own terms for survival

Molly Brodak’s Bandit is a memoir and a re-telling of a girlhood shaken and shaped by the tangled presence of her father Joseph Brodak, a man who is a Holocaust survivor, a Polish immigrant, a Detroit autoworker, a Vietnam veteran, a husband, a gambler, a manipulator, a con-man and a convicted small time Michigan bank robber known as the “Mario Brothers Bandit.”
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