6 edition of Capone found in the catalog.
by Da Capo Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||409|
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But Capone is the name most remember. And John Kobler's Capone is the definitive biography of this most brutal and flamboyant of the underground kings—an intimate and dramatic book that presents a complete view of Al Capone and his gaudy era.
Here is Capone's story: his violent childhood in Brooklyn, his lieutenancy to Johnny Torrio, his rise Cited by: Al Capone's Beer Wars: Capone book Complete History of Organized Crime in Chicago during Prohibition by John J. Binder | Jun 6, out of 5 stars John Kobler's biography Capone: The Life and World of Al Capone.
This book is the type of book that will keep your eyes glued to the pages as it possesses you like a demon. I chose to read this book because my dad had recommended it to me quite a while back, saying it was a book that was just as great as any movie or documentary/5(46).
Al Capone: His Life, Legacy, and Legend by Deirdre Bair, is a fascinating biography of the famous or perhaps notorious gangster. Bair bring Capone to life as he chronicles his family life and his criminal life.
It would be easy to cheer for Capone if it was not for the killings and the other gangster related activities/5.
Capone's grandniece Deirdre Marie Capone wrote a book titled Uncle Al Capone: The Untold Story from Inside His Family.  Al Capone is the inspiration for the central character of Tony Camonte in Armitage Trail 's novel Scarface (),  which was adapted into the tion: Gangster, bootlegger, racketeer, boss of.
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While opinions of the infamous mob leader varied from group to group, Capone was at. But Capone is the name most remember. And John Kobler's Capone is the definitive biography of this most brutal and flamboyant of the underground kings—an intimate and dramatic book that presents a complete view of Al Capone and his gaudy era.
Here is Capone's story: his violent childhood in Brooklyn, his lieutenancy to Johnny Torrio, his rise /5(39). Thanks. I'm told Schoenberg's book is the best by a historian friend of mine Greatly appreciate all three recommendations.
But in their new book—Young Al Capone: The Untold Story of Scarface in New York, –, from Skyhorse Publishing—authors William and John Balsamo explore the lesser-known details of the murderous gangster’s early life, his formative years and criminal career in New York City, where he was born to immigrant parents in It is a.