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Mobsters in our midst : the Kansas City crime family

Author: William Ouseley
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. ; Kansas City Star Books, [2011]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First edition
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"The rise and fall of Kansas City's longest-reigning mob boss and the story of the powerful crime family he oversaw, told by the FBI agent who helped bring down Nick Civella and his cronies"--Page 4 of cover.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Nick Civella
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Ouseley
ISBN: 9781611690057 1611690056
OCLC Number: 709891417
Description: 260 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The rise of Nick Civella --
Fallout from Apalachin --
Politics --
Violence: a way of life --
Labor racketeering --
Gambling and the Super Bowl blues --
River Quay 1 --
Carl Spero --
River Quay 2 --
Civella battles the government and cancer --
River Quay 3 --
Bombing of the trap --
John Brocato, the Credit Union of America and murder --
River Quay 4 --
The outfit's purge --
River Quay prosecution --
Unfinished business --
the Speros do battle --
More woes for the boss --
Strawman --
Final accounting.
Responsibility: William Ouseley.

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"The rise and fall of Kansas City's longest-reigning mob boss and the story of the powerful crime family he oversaw, told by the FBI agent who helped bring down Nick Civella and his cronies"--Page 4 of cover.

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