Five Families: The Rise, Decline, and Resurgence of America's Most Powerful Mafia Empires

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Robson, 2006 - Mafia - 765 pages
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"Talk about stranger than fiction. Selwyn Raab tells riveting, true tales of the fabled mob figures. It's 'The Godfather' annotated - a classic piece of reporting by a man who knows the bloody, brutal, corrupt territory.

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I have started the book but since it has many pages I havent finished it yet. I know much about the subject matter but I have found things in the book that I didnt know. It is compelling reading. Read full review

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One couldn't hope for a more exhaustive chronicle of the Cosa Nostra in America over the last 85 years. Investigative reporter Raab (the New York Times ) had discovered a Mob presence in a surprising ... Read full review

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