Enforcer

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Random House Publishing Group, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 299 pages
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Bugsy Siegel built Las Vegas, but it was Tony "The Ant" Spilotro who ran the show. Now William F. Roemer, Jr., veteran FBI agent and scourge of the Cosa Nostra, tells the shocking story of how a teenage wiseguy grew up to become "the man" in Vegas. From the gritty streets of Chicago to the neon-lit Nevada wonderland, Roemer assembles a rogue's gallery of the highest-ranking capos and the lowest creeps of organized crime. As incredible as any work of fiction -- but it's all fact!

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Review: The Enforcer: Spilotro, The Chicago Mob's Man Over Las Vegas

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Not especially well written but filled with terrifying anecdotes of the infamous Chicago Outfit in their 1950s-1970s heydey. Roemer investigated them and knew them personally. Great photos. Read full review

Review: The Enforcer: Spilotro, The Chicago Mob's Man Over Las Vegas

User Review  - Goodreads

Not especially well written but filled with terrifying anecdotes of the infamous Chicago Outfit in their 1950s-1970s heydey. Roemer investigated them and knew them personally. Great photos. Read full review

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