Joe Dorigo - Mafia - 1992 - 112 pages
A profusely illustrated look at the inglorious, often chilling career of the Cosa Nostra from its origins up to and including the controversial John Gotti trial.
Jo Durden-Smith - Criminals - 2003 - 208 pages
An eye-catching format and strong look, coupled with this great price, makes this book a great reference read or a fine gift for those interested in the Mafia.
Tony DaMone - True Crime - 243 pages
True Gangster Stories For half a century, the American Mafia outwitted, outmaneuvered, and outgunned the FBI and other police agencies, wreaking unparalleled damages to America ...
Adam Woog - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2000 - 112 pages
Discusses the rise of the American gangster including six famous gangsters: Al Capone, "Lucky" Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, Sam Giancana, and John Gotti.
Tim Newark - Biography & Autobiography - 2011 - 328 pages
For the first twenty-five years of his criminal career, Charles "Lucky" Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld ...
Michael Newton - History - 2012 - 240 pages
"This first in-depth study of that historic meeting chronicles how it changed the course of American history by inspiring federal legislation to crack down on labor ...