Donnie Brasco: Deep Cover

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Penguin Group, 1999 - Fiction - 352 pages
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The bestselling author of "Donnie Brasco" continues the work of his alter ego in this fictional story set in the steamy underworld of Florida. Covering possible political corruption in southern FLorida, an FBI agent is in over his head. When Brasco is sent to her rescue, what he finds is one dead agent and a hurricane he barely survives. Posing as her cousin, he follows her leads to the Everglades, where he runs up against a brutal gang of backwoods thugs--a criminal organization every bit as terrifying as the Mafia wiseguys of New York. Fiction--Thriller)

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I thought it was very very slow for so little action. Maybe it would appeal to law enforcement more than the general public. A very long way from Donnie Brasco. For me, at least, this book was a big disappointment. Read full review

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Pistone was an undercover FBI agent for more than 20 years, and undertook the longest, deepest, and most successful penetration into the U.S. Mafia ever, resulting in more than 100 convictions.

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