Guns and Roses: The Untold Story of Dean O'Banion, Chicago's Big Shot Before Al Capone
This is the first entire book devoted to the Irish-American gangster who was known as "Chicago's Arch Killer" and "The Boss of the 42nd and 43rd Wards."
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