Cover Orange 7 Gangsters
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Cover Orange 7 Gangsters,Recounts the story of a young sociologist whose infiltration of a Chicago drug gang was originally introduced in the work "Freakonomics," describing the author's idealism, his friendship with gang leader JT, and his witness to the But this is more than just an authentic chronicle of crime."Selected as one of the six best nonfiction books of 1990 by the editors f the New York Times Book Review, this is a compelling and entertaining account of the author's twoandahalf year adventure in"These are the true stories of several of America's most notorious Black and Latino gangsters whose careers created the utmost revered legends of the past 40 years.Springing from the depths of the Depression, the birth of the comic.book superhero spawned a new genre that still resonates seventy years later, a journey chronicled in an indepth look at the people and personalities behind the creations. The Grammy Awardwinning hiphop and television star shares the story of his early life, marked by the deaths of his parents, his involvement in gangs and the singleminded work ethic that enabled his rise to international fame. Reprint.Meet Ceazia, a very attractive, very good girl who has just left the safety of her parents' home and entered into the world of bad boys and fast money.As communities face evergrowing gangrelated problems, Gangs in America III provides the most uptodate information on the diverse perspectives and complex issues that arise in our efforts.to understand, prevent, and control gang violence Drawing on extensive interviews with gang members, this book provides a vivid portrayal of gang life.Turnofthecentury Detective Isaac Bell takes on the upstart leader of a vicious crime organization in this novel in the #1 New York Times–bestselling series.