Bookshelf: Deal with the Devil

Anyone who thinks that investigative reporting is dead has never read Peter Lance. Lance, no doubt aided by graduate degrees in both journalism and law, was the first mainstream journalist to argue that Ramzi Yousef was a chief architect of both World Trade Centre attacks, documented the many intelligence failures … Read More


Simply labeled Mafia, a dusty old compilation of American gangsters recently surfaced. It was assembled by the Bureau of Narcotics in the early ’60s (meanwhile the FBI outwardly insisted the ‘Mafia’ didn’t exist). One of just 50 copies, Mafia intimately detailed the lives of over 800 organized criminals. A product … Read More

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