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Free Lucky Luciano kindle Ý eBook 9780760779521 Ú He was called the Father of Organized Crime responsible for the famous Atlantic City meeting in which he persuaded Al Capone Frank Costello and Meyer Lansky to run crime as a business Born into poverty in a small Italian village he came to New York with his parents and spent his yResident Thomas E Dewey whose tireless efforts resulted in Luciano's convictionWhen the United States entered World War II Luciano made a deal with the federal government which allowed him to be set free and return to his native Sicily While there he worked for Allied interests After the war he attempted to return to America but remained persona non grata He became involved in casinos in Havana Cuba but spent most of his time in Italy running his drug and criminal operations from a distanceOriginally published in 1939 Lucky Luciano still reads like today's ne

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