The Untouchables

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Messner, 1957 - Fiction - 256 pages
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The Untouchables is the gripping true story of the team of men who broke the back of the vicious Chicago crime mob and its stranglehold on the nation, told by the man who orchestrated the effort. Enormously successful as a long-running TV series, The Untouchables should leap onto the bestseller lists when released as a major motion picture in June, starring Robert DeNiro and Sean Connery.

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User Review  - Cathy Huang - Goodreads

I'm giving this low stars because I read it for the biographical aspect and, well, it certainly wasn't that. Read full review

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User Review  - James B. - Goodreads

Eliot Ness tells the story of how Justice finally caught up with Al Capone. Much better than the movie, Ness tells how he and his men really were untouchable by Capone or his gang. Though not ... Read full review


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