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Gaspipe, Confessions of a Mafia Boss – Philip Carlo

It was a good book and didnt really waste anytime getting straight to it, from the intro right through to the end. Its well worth a read. I did have a few issues with it though, it made Casso out to be a Robin Hood type character at times, which maybe he...

The Butcher – Anatomy of a Mafia Psychopath – Philip Carlo.

More serial killer than wiseguy - Tommy "Karate" Pitera, an absolute psychopath and if he wasn't a made man he would be on the list of serial killers. In fact, reading through the book Carlo gave you a good sense of what a scary guy Pitera actually was. He...

The General Martin Cahill – Paul Williams

Martin Cahill The General, the original godfather of Irish crime. Like everything in that time period in Ireland the IRA was still a major power and involved in everything. And nearly all Irish criminals and gangs have evolved from The General's original...

Murder Machine – Jerry Capeci

A book about one of the most vicious crews the Mafia ever had, some police say they were more like a gang of serial killers working together, either way, they were vicious nuts. And two of them may be released from prison in the next few years. Other...

The Westies – TJ English

Mickey Featherstone, Jimmy Coonan & the Westies of Hells Kitchen. They were a bunch of crazy animals that had absolutely no problem killing someone and chopping them into pieces and throwing the parts in the river. This is one of those books that is...

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