The Brothers Bulger: How They Terrorized and Corrupted Boston for a Quarter Century

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Thorndike Press, 2006 - True Crime - 539 pages
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In this riveting "New York Times" bestseller, award-winning columnist Howie Carr reveals for the first time the true lives and dark deeds of two of Boston's most infamous sons in one of the most compelling real-life family sagas of modern times. Available in a special oversized format.

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Review: The Brothers Bulger: How They Terrorized and Corrupted Boston for a Quarter Century

User Review  - Pablo - Goodreads

A bit tilted but a very good overview of Billy and Whitey and the whole sordid mess!! Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Schneider - Goodreads

This book discussed the corruption and crime that took place behind closed doors on Boston's "south side" for over 20 years. More specifically, it discussed the relationship between Whitey Bulger, a notorious mob boss, and his brother Billy, the president of the Massachusetts senate. Read full review

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HOWIE CARR is an award-winning front-page columnist for the Boston Herald and the host of The Howie Carr Show, a popular New England drive-time talk radio program. Known for his scathing expos?'s of local politicians, he is regularly featured on NBC's Today, MSNBC, C-SPAN, and CNN. In 1985 he won a National Magazine Award, the magazine industry's equivalent of a Pulitzer Prize. He has been nominated for an Emmy. He lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

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