Merchants of menace: the Mafia: a study of organized crime

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Thomas, 1962 - True Crime - 326 pages
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Review: Merchants of Menace - The Mafia: A Study of Organized Crime

User Review  - Walt - Goodreads

Something of a classic mob book. The author is a law man who is not smug with himself. He knows the audience is interested in the sterotypical gangster - and that is whom he describes in his battles in and around Cleveland. Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas - Goodreads

A career law enforcement professional looks at the national crime syndicate. The author's point of view - generally from Youngstown, Ohio, and Erie, Pennsylvania - is unique. This isn't the usual New York- or Chicago-centered mob history. Read full review

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Contents

The Mafia
3
Omerta
14
Mediator and Protector
45
Copyright

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