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The Boss By Brian Tomlinson
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Set in the future, Boss is the thrilling story of a gangster’s life turned upside down by football. The year is 2020 and Joey Giles is a young kid from Liverpool who is drawn to an upmarket... More > town in Yorkshire for a life of crime with a hooded gang of thieves ruled by the Boss who survives by violence and intimidation. The story tells how Joey survives the fights and dodges the police to come face to face with the manager of Liverpool FC – Steven Gerrard – with astonishing results. Read this amazing story to see if Joey can make his dreams reality and turn his life around. If you love football, you will love reading the exciting story of The Boss.< Less
Killing the Boss By Brian Pinkerton
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KILLING THE BOSS is the first of its kind -- a mystery novel told exclusively through police evidence and clues. The narrative is comprised of emails, notes, letters, interrogation transcripts, media... More > reports, and other diverse documents. These elements come together like puzzle pieces to create a picture of Douglas Dardis, "The Boss From Hell." Dardis is found murdered one morning in his office. There is no shortage of suspects, ranging from disgruntled employees to a vengeful wife. Set in Chicago, KILLING THE BOSS is a fast-paced and engrossing suspense thriller written in a cinematic style. The tension strengthens with each page, building to an explosive finale that is full of surprises.< Less
The Boss of Taroomba By E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ernest William Hornung (7 June 1866 – 22 March 1921)... More > was an English author and poet known for writing the A. J. Raffles series of stories about a gentleman thief in late 19th-century London. Hornung was educated at Uppingham School; as a result of poor health he left the school in December 1883 to travel to Sydney, where he stayed for two years. He drew on his Australian experiences as a background when he began writing, initially short stories and later novels.In 1898 he wrote "In the Chains of Crime", which introduced Raffles and his sidekick, Bunny Manders; the characters were based partly on his friends Oscar Wilde and his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and also on Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._W._Hornung< Less
Police Comics - Boss Slaine, Traitor By Gary Wheeler
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Police Comics featured short stories in the superhero, crime and humor genres. Boss Slaine, Traitor Rock Gatty's "Impossible" Killing Dewey Drip The Double Agent The Hand of Biro The... More > Pinball Racket Super Snooper The Motorcycle Cop Murder The Escape of Fatso Dowd Pearls of Peril Framed For Kidnapping Gangway, Crime! The Purple Mist< Less
Crime and Etiquette By R. J. Downes
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In this play, two hitmen named Peabody and Sherman looking for money owed to “The Boss” wait to meet the borrower in a bar called the Rotting Badger. During a series of ridiculous... More > slaughters, they discuss the ethics and code of conduct of criminals – a new wave of criminal behavior stemming from a book written for the modern, moral crook. Bill – the criminal’s criminal – tries to sway traditional mobster Peabody to the new way of thinking, much to Peabody’s chagrin.< Less
BOSS GAME:"The Science Of Seduction" By Ryan Kates
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Seduction is an art where a man knowingly lures or attracts a woman. Sure there can be other combinations or it could be the other way around, but this book was written for straight guys. Seduction... More > is the procedure through which you can tempt or charm a lady to make her fall for you. Seduction is very often referred to as the application of sexual desire with the main objective to charm or attract a lady to do what the seducer wants her to do. As I am sure you know, it is not necessary for men to be in love with the women in order to seduce them. Sexual attractiveness is the main factor which influences a man to seduce a woman.< Less
Illegal Immigration: Organized Crime By Ali Dika
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Slovaic, the boss of organized crime in Russia, decides he must leave to escape jail time. Once he gets to America, however, it is apparent that the police have known about his trip to the U.S for a... More > time coming and they attack. Slovaic escapes, but what does the U.S mafia want from him?< Less
DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime - Vol. II By Thomas Hunt, Michael A. Tona
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Volume II. DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime is the historical biography of Mafioso Joseph J. DiCarlo, once known as “the Al Capone of Buffalo” and as western New York's... More > “Public Enemy No. 1.” Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influential Stefano Magaddino, DiCarlo and his underlings wandered, seeking their fortunes in Youngstown, Ohio, and Miami Beach, Florida, before returning home to witness the bloody disintegration of western New York's Mafia organization. The authors utilize DiCarlo's colorful and violent life story as a window into the history of the powerful Magaddino Crime Family and the American Mafia network, while chronicling the parallels between the life of DiCarlo and the history of the criminal organization that was founded by his father. “This is, truly, the definitive piece about the Buffalo Mafia.” - Lee Coppola, award-winning Buffalo journalist.< Less
DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime - Vol. I By Thomas Hunt, Michael A. Tona
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Volume I. DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime is the historical biography of Mafioso Joseph J. DiCarlo, once known as “the Al Capone of Buffalo” and as western New York's... More > “Public Enemy No. 1.” Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influential Stefano Magaddino, DiCarlo and his underlings wandered, seeking their fortunes in Youngstown, Ohio, and Miami Beach, Florida, before returning home to witness the bloody disintegration of western New York's Mafia organization. The authors utilize DiCarlo's colorful and violent life story as a window into the history of the powerful Magaddino Crime Family and the American Mafia network, while chronicling the parallels between the life of DiCarlo and the history of the criminal organization that was founded by his father. “This is, truly, the definitive piece about the Buffalo Mafia.” - Lee Coppola, award-winning Buffalo journalist.< Less
DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime - Vol. II By Thomas Hunt, Michael A. Tona
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Volume II. DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime is the historical biography of Mafioso Joseph J. DiCarlo, once known as “the Al Capone of Buffalo” and as western New York's... More > “Public Enemy No. 1.” Son of the region's first known Sicilian underworld boss, DiCarlo was rejected as heir to his father's criminal empire. After spending troubled years as a vassal of the influential Stefano Magaddino, DiCarlo and his underlings wandered, seeking their fortunes in Youngstown, Ohio, and Miami Beach, Florida, before returning home to witness the bloody disintegration of western New York's Mafia organization. The authors utilize DiCarlo's colorful and violent life story as a window into the history of the powerful Magaddino Crime Family and the American Mafia network, while chronicling the parallels between the life of DiCarlo and the history of the criminal organization that was founded by his father. “This is, truly, the definitive piece about the Buffalo Mafia.” - Lee Coppola, award-winning Buffalo journalist.< Less