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FREE PDF ☆ BOOK The Mafia ☆ [PDF] ✩ The Mafia Author William Balsamo – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Tracing its beginnings as an underground society which sprang up in Sicily to the Mob which went on to run organised crime throughout Italy and America The Mafia The First 100 Years tells the gripping Tracing its beginnings as an underground soSe insidious influence reached across the Atlantic and into a presidential administrationDelving behind the headlines to uncover the true extent of the Mafia's influence The Mafia The First 100 Years reads like the most compelling crime fiction yet is the terrifying deadly truth This ‘history of the American Mafia’ contains some interesting sections but overall was disappointing The mixing of facts and a ‘novel style’ unless the authors were actually present or had verbatim accounts of the discussions recounted was messy The constant jumping between different individuals mixing up of names and use of ‘gangster slang’ was also annoyingA straightforward factual account of the criminal organisation would probably have been interesting

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Tracing its beginnings as an underground society which sprang up in Sicily to the Mob which went on to run organised crime throughout Italy and America The Mafia The First 100 Years tells the gripping story of the most mythical and misunderstood criminal organisationHow did the The narrative was smoothyou will never get bored till the endlove it

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The MafiaMob evolve from a gang of bumbling killers into the smooth running international 'corporation' of today? Drawing on nearly two decades of research William Balsamo great nephew of the original godfather and George Carpozi Jr reveal the Mafia's coalescence into an organisation who This is a reasonably comprehensive overview of the history of the Mob in America The authors have spent a lot of time piecing together facts and details of the thugs that have populated the criminal underworld of America since before World War 1There is a mass of detail in here and some of it makes for fairly unpalatable reading If you were a member of the Mafia then your chances of living to an old age were slim as you became the next victim of the infighting between gangs given the number of murders that are reported in here The author covers the different ages as the heads of the gangs rise in power and there are chapters n the men who would become household names in America in their time such as Al CaponeI get the feeling that a proportion of this is fictionalised in particular the details of conversations from a number of years ago but it does make it read better Later details of cases and the vile characters that are here can be substantiated from wiretaps An interesting read really only 25 stars