Joe Dorigo - 1992 - 112 pagine
A profusely illustrated look at the inglorious, often chilling career of the Cosa Nostra from its origins up to and including the controversial John Gotti trial.
Milton Lipson - 1975 - 246 pagine
A descriptive analysis of the industry by a specialist in security and investigation. The author begins by explaining why the industry is very much a product of its history ...
Claire Sterling - 1991 - 384 pagine
Traces the development of the world's largest international crime syndicate and examines its control of the illegal drug trade
David Sogge, John Saxby - 1996 - 217 pagine
This thorough & far-reaching critique examines what has happened to aid: it outlines who the leading agencies are, who controls & funds them & decides on their role. It ...
Jo Manning - 2004 - 308 pagine
Jane Holland's mother warns her never to visit her Sicilian relatives, but when she visits Europe during a vacation, she finds herself drawn to the island where she meets a ...