• Mob Cops

  • The Shocking Rise and Fall of New York's "Mafia Cops"
  • By: Greg B. Smith
  • Narrated by: Peter Berkrot
  • Length: 14 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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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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High impact

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

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Inaccuracies and fabrication

Totally pulling fictional "facts" out of author's head about history of mafia, along with rewriting stories while presenting it as taken from trial transcripts. Anyone that can't see these glaring intentional mistakes the author makes - god only knows his reasoning why - enjoy the novel!

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Narrate

Now if I had the chance to narrate we would add a sixth star …so hire me !

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excellent

Really enjoyed this one!!! great narration, great story !!! These cop's were insane. Any Casso stories , Amuso should do one as well . Listen to this one at lest three times . Thank you.

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Cannot beat Peter Berkrot as a narrator!

Peter does a great job with this story. Greg Smith often takes information from court and police reports to create stories like this one and once again he has done a stellar job. Great book!

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tolds the middle and end it started to skip and it wasn't so good of a book.

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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.