Mafia Inc.: The Long, Bloody Reign of Canada's Sicilian Clan
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The runaway bestselling exposé about Canada's most infamous mafia family is finally available in English, updated to include shocking events and revelations that followed its newsmaking publication in Québec.Queens, New York, 1981. For their killer and his Montréal family, their deaths mark the beginning of an epic rise to criminal power that will last over thirty years. Relying on extensive court documents, police sources and sources in the family's home village in Sicily, Montréal journalists André Cédilot and Andr&ea
FINALIST 2012 – Governor General’s Literary Award for Translation“If you read only one book this year, it must be Mafia Inc. It reads like a thriller because it is one. Now that it has laid out for us how the Mafia insinuates itself into the legitimate economy and certain political channels it is all suddenly visible to the naked eye.” —La Presse. You’ll understand why some Mafia members target the highest of public offices, not just in municipal government but at the provincial and federal levels too. To understand how this powder keg came to be, you must read Ma
His work has won him several prestigious awards in Québec and across Canada. He often writes with André Cédilot about the mafia. . ANDRÉ NOËL has been an investigative reporter at La Presse for over 20 years. Often interviewed as an authority on these subjects, he regularly acts as a consultant for documentaries and
Super great fabulous book on the rise of the Montreal Super great fabulous book on the rise of the Montreal Mafia. The story gets more interesting and more interesting as time goes by.Truly a great work of art by the two Andre's, THIS STORY IS NOT FINISHED so you will find yourself compelled to check the updates of the Montreal underworld after reading this. A lot has happened since this book's publication so it's great to get a in depth introduction. "Entertaining but not factual" according to Daniel Paradis. Well written. Unfortunately the writers filled many blanks with whatever they believed happen. Entertaining but don't take it for 100% factual.. Great A book recomended deeply for the scholars interested in the issue. A very good quality and much more rapid sending.