Mob by Clint Willis
Stories of Death and Betrayal from Organized Crime

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Adrenaline Books' search for the world's best and most exciting stories has taken readers from the peaks of Everest to the jungles of Papua, New Guinea to the battlefields of World War II. Now, the editor of publishing's most successful adventure literature series takes readers into the heart of organized crime. Some of our culture's greatest literary talent has been drawn to this topic, which taps into our culture's deepest preoccupations - greed, violence, desire. Mob features work from best-selling writers such as Peter Maas, William Kennedy, Martin Cruz Smith, and Mario Puzo; from acknowledged masters of the genre such as Nicolas Pileggi (Wiseguy, Casino) and Joseph Pistone (Donnie Brasco); and from law enforcement insiders and mobsters such as Sammy Giancana and Joseph O'Brien.

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Clint Willis is the series editor of Adrenaline books. His twelve anthologies for the series include Adrenaline 2000: The Year's Best Stories of Adventure and Survival; Epic: Stories of Survival from the World's Highest Peaks; Rough Water: Stories of Survival from the Sea and The War: Stories of Life and Death from World War II. He lives in Cape Elizabeth, ME.
Published September 18, 2001 by Da Capo Press. 360 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Travel. Non-fiction

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Ace satirist Bruce McCall imagines a taut intercepted discussion of “Gangland Style” that seems oddly congruent with doomed Gambino chieftain Paul Castellano’s resigned musings on his crumbling empire, recounted by FBI agents Joseph O’Brien and Andris Kurins in Boss of Bosses.

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