When Corruption Was King: How I Helped the Mob Rule Chicago, Then Brought the Outfit Down is a memoir written by Robert Cooley, a lawyer who worked for Mafia criminals in Chicago, U.S.A., but eventually turned in his former clients.
A lawyer from New Orleans steals $90 million dollars from his law firm after he fakes his own death. What was thought to be a flawless plan, leads him into a bigger web of problems, where he is tortured and charged with capital murder.
An origin story in the vein of Batman Begins that envisions the future dictator as a young general in the Roman army in a rarely discussed period of his life. Kidnapped by Cilician pirates ... See full summary »