From the site: The ruling figure of the 1980’s Chinese underworld was a middle-aged grandmother known as Sister Ping. The Snakehead is the story of the vicious global crime conglomerate she built and a gripping explanation of the underground economy of America’s 12 million undocumented immigrants. Says author Jane Mayer, “The Snakehead reads like a Chinese-American version of The Sopranos, except that the mob boss is a grandmother who runs a human smuggling enterprise, and the story is true.” (sweeks1980)
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