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Brotherhoods: The True Story of Two Cops Who Murdered for the Mafia

by Guy Lawson

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Good book but really hard to listen to because it's convoluted and complex. I recommend the book version but not the audio version, at least, if you don't have time to re-listen to chunks of the book at a time - just too hard to remember all the relationships and who killed whom, who bribed whom etc... ( )
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An insider account of the alleged criminal activities of two NYPD detectives contends that they worked for the mafia through a sophisticated network of hierarchies and conduct codes that brought about the torture and murders of numerous federal agents and fellow officers.… (more)

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