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I finished this book in a couple of days, flipped it over and started reading it again.
His book,The Brothers Bulger is a fascinating look at the political world of exsenate president Billy Bulger and his criminal brother James Whitey Bulger.
He's done an excellent job compiling the vast amount of information contained in this book.
Carr can't be considered an objective observer as his hatred for both Bulgers is evident. But the story he tells is full of details that shock, disgust, and amaze you. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rich Murphy
I lived in Southie and was glad to read the truth about what was really going on. Howie Carr is not afraid to go deep.Published 8 months ago by Lynda K. McGrath
An extremely interesting book about two terrible individuals, Whitey Bulger was a ruthless killer who thankfully will now DIE in prison, but his brother who has escaped justice is... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Patrick J. Hogan
Bought this book for my husband and he thoroughly enjoyed it. He keeps talking about it, especially during the recent trial of Whitey Bulger trial.Published 9 months ago by Gordon Brown
I bought this for my husband who read another Howie Carr book and absolutely loved it. My husband says: This is a compelling story and it's very well written.Published 9 months ago by Mom of Boys
I read this book during the Whitey Bulger trial to learn more about what Whitey did. The book was informative. However, the writing wasn't as good as I would have hoped. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robin B.
Intriguing study of political corruption in Massachusetts that would make a great movie. Well written and concise, much like a novel.Published 9 months ago by WRW
Good read. A way to see how the politicians and Governors were all intertwined ... Did not realize this while it was happening.Published 10 months ago by Cheryl Greenleaf
Entertaining book about two of the most polarizing figures in Boston History. Well written and contains factual information and timelines pertaining to the Brothers.Published 11 months ago by Thomas C Hunt