Loyalty and betrayal: the story of the American mob
From immigrant origins to absolute power, from Al Capone to John Gotti, this book explores a level of Mob influence that has touched every aspect of American life--at work, at home, at play, and in politics. It goes beyond the glamour of the casinos and horse racing to tell the controversial, compelling history. Companion to the four hour documentary to air on the Fox Network in August. 200 photos.
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