Bloodlines: The Rise and Fall of the Mafia's Royal Family

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HarperCollins, Jan 1, 2001 - Caruana family - 282 pages
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A gripping tale that crisscrosses Europe, Latin America, and the United States and Canada, Bloodlines underscores the complexity and sophistication of organized crime at its highest levels. It illustrates how the Caruana-Cuntrera family operates in the netherworld where the financial engineering that supports the global economy bumps up against the billions of dollars of criminal proceeds that need to be laundered.

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Contents

Bloodlines
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Endnotes
265
Acknowledgements
271
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About the author (2001)

Lee Lamothe is the author of several non-fiction books, including the bestsellers "The Sixth Family" and "Bloodlines". His previous Ray Tate and Djuna Brown mysteries are "Picasso Blues" and "Free Form Jazz". He lives in Toronto.

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