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“This is a book that took courage as well as talent to write. Loren Estleman has managed a literary miracle, a story full of surprising discoveries and often deep emotion.” ―Thomas Fleming, New York Times bestselling author
“Remarkable research, rich storytelling and a rapid, riveting pace make The Confessions of Al Capone one of this year's most stimulating and exciting reads. Hits with the force of a burst from a tommy gun.” ―Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author of Cain at Gettysburg
this book is just a little to long. while 3/4 of it grab my interest, it was the other 1/4 that almost made me put the book down and go on to the next one.Published 3 days ago by Donald R. Martel
One of the most gripping and exciting books I have ever read. Along with what many already know about 'Big Al', there is much about his and his family's daily life (ala "The... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sidney
A long read and I thought the ending would be more exciting.Published 16 months ago by David C. Hoffman
A bit too long. The history portions were a bit boring and too slow. Not enough action or dialogue. He is a great writer but this was not one of his best.Published on August 13, 2013 by Steven Jones