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The Hoods Free read ä 2 ´ ❰EPUB❯ ✶ The Hoods Author Harry Grey – Gym-apparel.co.uk This book by HARRY GREY an ex hood himself will shock you but you must read it He dares to tell the truth about cold blooded Killer Mobs and how they work Mickey Spillaine Written in prison by author This book by HARRY GREY an ex hood himself will R Grey this legendary novel became the source for Sergio Leone's classic Once Upon a Time in Americ. Incredible Extremely entertaining and recommendedBlog • Twitter • Facebook • LinkedIn • Instagram • Google

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This book by HARRY GREY an ex hood himself will shock you but you must read it He dares to tell the. I read this book when I was a teenager Loved it The movie Once Upon a Time in America was based on it Insider mob novel based on fact but with a lot of novel around it that seems pretty accurate to me about 20s and 30s NYC mob stuff It's a bit different in that the main characters are Jewish racketeers who eventually inter react with the the Italian Mafia and form what was then referred to as the combination It's a period in organized crime that is minimized today the straight Mafia stuff sells books and movies but in this era names like Buggsy Siegel Lepke Arnold Rothstein Meyer Lansky were as well known as Lucky Luciano Albert Anastasia and Frank Costello and were just as colorful

Review The Hoods

The HoodsTruth about cold blooded Killer Mobs and how they work Mickey Spillaine Written in prison by autho. Oddly compelling and sometimes funny but on the whole I read it uickly to get it over withI think this would have been a better book had there been some distance between the author and the narrator rather than a man essentially writing about himself As it was we got a lot of self aggrandizement and very little reflection and I was left with the feeling that almost everyone in the book was a psychopath His constant refrain that everyone else was illegit and therefore it was fine that he was a thief and a murderer wore pretty thin and the prose itself wasn't good enough to make up for all that smugness And nothing in the world would be enough to make up for all that homophobia and misogyny or the rape attempt by the main characterI'm interested to see if the movie falls for the glorification or does something deeper with it