Ride a Tiger

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 1, 1988 - Fiction - 734 pages
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Ride a Tiger tells the story of Leo Gorodetsky--a man controlling a nationwide gambling enterprise with judges and senators in his pocket. Gorodetsky has built an organization with resources and power that outstrip that of most countries, and he reaches the limits of greatness and corruption in a tale as grand and violent as The Godfather.

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This is a mammoth gangster saga in the tradition of The Godfather. It spans 70 years, ranges from the Lower East Side to Las Vegas, Cuba, and Israel, and includes cameo appearances by such prominent ... Read full review

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