Bugsy's Baby by Andy Edmonds
The Secret Life of Mob Queen Virginia Hill

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Reveals the real Virginia Hill, mob mistress and crafty gangster, examining the extent of her mob connections, her role in "Bugsy" Siegel's murder, her part in the Mob's expansion westward, and the mystery surrounding her death.
 

About Andy Edmonds

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Edmonds has worked as a writer, producer, and investigative reporter in the Los Angeles area for the past eighteen years.
 
Published April 1, 1993 by Birch Lane Pr. 260 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crime. Non-fiction

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Edmonds, having unlocked the closets of Fatty Arbuckle (Frame- Up!, 1990) and Thelma Todd (Hot Toddy, 1989), continues as the Kitty Kelley of dead Hollywood celebs in this superbly researched, highly sensationalized bio of Virginia Hill.

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Edmonds ( Hot Toddy ) here focuses on one of the more notorious women of mid-century America, who was brought to prominence by the Kefauver Senate crime hearings of 1951-1952. Born into grinding pover

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As both the Chicago and New York mobs began to eye California and Nevada for expansion, Hill became a spy of sorts for the Chicago branch, moving to New York City and taking up with Joe Adonis and Bugsy Siegel.

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