Author Kogan's Book
Putnam, Oct 2001, 25.95, 336 pp.
In the 1970s, the Mafia owned Chicago more than the law-abiding citizens. The mob leaders used payoffs, bribes, assassinations, and jury tampering to conduct their business. They infiltrated the police and courts to insure that obviously guilty members were never convicted.
One evening Bob Lowe, a loving decent family man, is walking his dog when he sees someone kill his neighbor Bill...