Lucky Luciano: Mafia Murderer and Secret Agent Kindle ¿ PDF publitags.co

Charles 'Lucky' Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld He was a legend but also a fake master criminal without real power his reputation manipulated and maintained by the government agents who had put him behind bars Drawing on secret government documents from archives in America and Europe this myth busting biography tells Luciano's real story from his early days as a top hit man for the mob to his exploits running sex and narcotics empires and revelations about his trip to Nazi Germany to set up a drugs importing racket His career abruptly halted by imprisonment Luciano's reputation was enhanced by rumours that he was helping to win the Second World War for the Allies in Sicily and the Mediterranean Through painstaking research Newark exposes the truth about what Luciano really did during the warExpelled from the US in 1946 Luciano returned to Italy where he was reputed to head a massive transatlantic narcotics network In a complex conspiracy he became a victim of the far greater powers around him and Newark provides evidence that at one time he was even working as a Cold War agent helping the US government fight Communism in Sicily Lucky Luciano Mafia Murderer and Secret Agent turns accepted Mafia history on its head with an extraordinary story that has never been told beforeCharles 'Lucky' Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld He was a legend but also a fake master criminal without real power his reputation manipulated and maintained by the government agents who had put him behind bars Drawing on secret government documents from archives in America and Europe this myth busting biography tells Luciano's real story from his early days as a top hit man for the mob to his exploits running sex and narcotics empires and revelations about his trip to Nazi Germany to set up a drugs importing racket His career abruptly halted by imprisonment Luciano's reputation was enhanced by rumours that he was helping to win the Second World War for the Allies in Sicily and the Mediterranean Through painstaking research Newark exposes the truth about what Luciano really did during the warExpelled from the US in 1946 Luciano returned to Italy where he was reputed to head a massive transatlantic narcotics network In a complex conspiracy he became a victim of the far greater powers around him and Newark provides evidence that at one time he was even working as a Cold War agent helping the US government fight Communism in Sicily Lucky Luciano Mafia Murderer and Secret Agent turns accepted Mafia history on its head with an extraordinary story that has never been told beforeCharles 'Lucky' Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld He was a legend but also a fake master criminal without real power his reputation manipulated and maintained by the government agents who had put him behind bars Drawing on secret government documents from archives in America and Europe this myth busting biography tells Luciano's real story from his early days as a top hit man for the mob to his exploits running sex and narcotics empires and revelations about his trip to Nazi Germany to set up a drugs importing racket His career abruptly halted by imprisonment Luciano's reputation was enhanced by rumours that he was helping to win the Second World War for the Allies in Sicily and the Mediterranean Through painstaking research Newark exposes the truth about what Luciano really did during the warExpelled from the US in 1946 Luciano returned to Italy where he was reputed to head a massive transatlantic narcotics network In a complex conspiracy he became a victim of the far greater powers around him and Newark provides evidence that at one time he was even working as a Cold War agent helping the US government fight Communism in Sicily Lucky Luciano Mafia Murderer and Secret Agent turns accepted Mafia history on its head with an extraordinary story that has never been told before


5 thoughts on “Lucky Luciano: Mafia Murderer and Secret Agent

  1. says:

    Factual not sensationalistic ties in with academic reading on the Mafia but an informative not a dull read


  2. says:

    excellent book Bought as a present for my partner He loved it


  3. says:

    A really fascinating insight into one of the most notorious gangsters from the eraA must read for those interested in the genre


  4. says:

    A Great Read


  5. says:

    I loved the third person narration which heavily described the underworld