Murder Inc.: The Rise and Fall of Ireland's Most Dangerous Criminal Gang pdf
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Murder Inc.: The Rise And Fall Of Ireland's Most Dangerous Criminal Gang

Murder Inc. is the latest blockbuster by Ireland's most respected crime writer and journalist, Paul Williams. Murder Inc. is the definitive account of how organized crime exploded in Limerick from the 1990s and in the noughties. It describes the depravity and decadence of the gangs, their deadly rivaliries, and their reigns of terror over the community in which they lived. Finally, Williams traces...

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Print Length: 398 pages
Publisher: Penguin Ireland (November 6, 2014)
Publication Date: November 6, 2014
Sold by: PEN UK
Language: English
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“A book that introduced me to how bad crime can be. Whilst I didn't enjoy the book, I just had to read to the end.How a city such as Limerick could be put under so much criminal pressure is extremely hard to understand, plus I had recently read the au...”

the faultlines that eventually led to the implosion of the gangs and their defeat.Drawing on his vast inside knowledge of the criminal underworld, an unparalleled range of contacts and eye witness interviews, Paul Williams provides a chilling insight into the mobsters and events that corroded entire neighbourhoods and devastated countless lives.