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Publisher's Summary

Describes how two highly decorated former detectives, Stephen Caracappa and Louis Eppolito, were convicted of murdering eight people on the orders of a vicious mob boss.

©2006 Greg B. Smith (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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absolutely phenomenal

this book was really well written and beautifully narrated. it Dives deep into the corrupt lives of both Mafia cops. It also does a good job describing the other players involved and it really sucks you into the story. I give this book five stars.

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Listen, what can I tell you? Nobody tells a mob story better than Peter Berkrot.

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Good Book

This didn't really knock my socks off but if you're bored it's a good distraction. The narrator was really good but the story was meh. If you are into this genre (as I am) the book will dovetail with other stories of the mafia. It's worth a read.

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never a dull moment

I like this author, and this was the only one of his that I hadn't yet read. the other reviews are appropriately positive--not a dull moment. what did leave something to be desired, however, was the absence of a well-defined protagonist. burton kaplan was kinda wheeled to that end, but he wasn't a big enough character in this drama to make it work. but the story is intrinsically interesting enough, and is also sufficiently wittily told, to make the purchase well-worth it (for mafia-buffs, anyway).

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Awful

So many unanswered questions bounced all over the place hard to follow horribly written. The narrator was the only thing the kept me too the end.