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|Length: 48 pages|
Amazing work in looking behind the scenes to see what was really happening at the alleged birth of organized crime.Published 9 months ago by Duane H. Cook
Now one only wonders how much of the first and supposedly factual section if this book is in fact accurate. Great reading though.Published 10 months ago by Mark/Cindi D.
Good read! Short! Would recommend to anyone interested in the beginning of organized crime. Clears some misconceptions.Published 12 months ago by Boofy
Be forewarned - This is a very, very short book. It's actually an essay (and not even a long one at that). What is here is interesting, insightful, and even new. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gilberto Villahermosa
I found this book to be very informative and tells the story or supposed story behind certain historical events.
I would recommend this book.
Nothing that captures the imagination, just keeps going on and on. Not what I expected , won't recommend it after reading it.Published 17 months ago by FRANK
So much of what is available on Al Capone is a repackaging of either what the nephew of a handyman who once worked for Capone's neighbor said or else the embellishment of material... Read morePublished 19 months ago by M. Lang