Accardo: the genuine godfather

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Donald I. Fine, 1995 - True Crime - 484 pages
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The definitive work on the most powerful mob boss anytime, anywhere, by the most decorated agent in the history of the FBI, who played "a vital role in the bureau's involvement in organized crime investigations" (William H. Webster, former FBI Director).

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Finally there is a book about the man that was the driving force behind the Chicago Outfit.While Sam Giancana has the fame and if often credited as being the Outfit's boss in the 60's, little is ... Read full review

ACCARDO GENUINE GODFATH

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Retired FBI agent Roemer (The Enforcer, LJ 6/15/94) profiles Chicago mobster Anthony Accardo (1906-92), a.k.a. Joe Batters, a.k.a. The Big Tuna. Starting out in the Capone gang, Accardo quickly rose ... Read full review

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