Those of you who want to learn more about crime, gangs, and ethnicity in New York should read this book.
Also, the sheer amount of characters could be baffling, but English does a good job of reminding you who is who throughout the book.
This was a interested book and really enjoyed reading it, it was written in such detail, it is a fast reading book.
A good read that is a relatively fast paced page turner. Amazing that the things that happened during this group's existence are actually real. Reads like fiction. Read morePublished 11 days ago by wade scott
Not what I normally read. Co-worker recommended it and I just LOVED IT.Published 21 days ago by Veronica Ifill
As a "mob" the Irish gangsters are strictly third rate. The book is not very well written or, in fact, very interesting. I stopped reading about a quarter through the book. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Raymond
T. J. English is one of the few authors to tell the story of this small ethnic organized crime family.Published 1 month ago by Billy D.
have read dozens of new york mob books,and this is by far my fav! its a study in sociology as well as greed and depravity. Read morePublished 2 months ago by April
Many people think of mobsters as only Italians or Sicilians. In the book you will learn that their are other who are just as cruel that live in the same structured element as the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Aubrey W. Bowles Jr.
Great book! Great story-telling and expansive detail about the Irish mob in Manhatten in 60s, 70's and 80's. Difficult to put this book down!Published 2 months ago by Walt Donovan