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The Discovery Channel Presents: The Kennedy Detail

The Discovery Channel special focuses on the secret service agents assigned to protect President Kennedy. An examination of the best years of their lives, and their darkest day. Read More »

Book Review: Down at the Docks by Rory Nugent

Hardships, misfortunes, and mayhems of making a living off the sea. Read More »

Book Review: The Godfather Family Album, Edited by Paul Duncan

Like Fredo, this book will break your heart. That is until you get yourself a copy. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Bang by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins

Mike Hammer's tracking down the biggest dope deal to ever hit the streets in the turbulent 1960s. Read More »

Book Review: Private by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

Jack Morgan, head of the elite Private Investigations detective agency, has his hands full with cases and personal problems. Read More »

Book Review: Mr. New Orleans: The Life of a Big Easy Underworld Legend by Frenchy Brouillet and Matthew Randazzo V

"In New Orleans, the spoils go to the liars and the cheaters, and fair elections are for fairy tales." - Frenchy Brouillette Read More »

DVD Review: The Untouchables – Season Three Volume Two

The Untouchables - Season Three Volume Two is a film noir treat. Read More »

Book Review: Breakshot: A Life in the 21st Century American Mafia by Kenny Gallo and Matthew Randazzo V

Japanese-American gangster Kenny Gallo dishes on porn, drugs, the LA and NY Mafia, and his years as an FBI informant. Read More »

Book Review: Quarry in the Middle by Max Allan Collins

Trapped between two crime cartels, professional hit man Quarry cashes in on death. Read More »

Book Review: The Lodge – A Tale of Corruption by David H. Brandin

A quirky look at fraternal lodges Read More »