350 years worth of the most fascinating American crimes
The story of one mans transformation from adrenaline addicted bank robber to leader of a prison ministry to inmates.
The story of the son of a Mafia don growing up in the insular world occupied by the Bonanno family.
For its depth of study, breadth of knowledge, or eerie, grim application, it's hard to imagine a more forcible analysis.
The Five Stages of the reader's feelings toward this author: 1. Disbelief 2. Contempt 3. Exasperation 4. Exhaustion 5. Anger
Likely to be in the discussion when critics gather to determine the best film of the current decade.
Perhaps the most encompassing history of the Mafia’s development in America.
Ultimately readers are given tons of facts to digest and little on character development.
The self-aggrandizing goat-gland king must be dethroned. And it’s up to "the great quack buster of his day ... the hellhound on his trail."
Would William Burns, Clarence Darrow, and D.W. Griffith "permanently transform the nature of American thought, politics, celebrity, and culture"?