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  • The Godfather's Daughterby Rita Gigante; Natasha Stoynoff

    Hay House 2012; US$ 24.95

    Rita Gigante grew up in a world swirling with secrets, lies, and multiple sins. Her father, notorious Mafia boss Vincent “the Chin” Gigante, was the leader of the Genovese crime clan and the head of all five New York crime families for decades. But until she was 16, she was kept in the dark about his underworld activities. She unknowingly... more...

  • Ganglandby Paul Williams

    The O'Brien Press 1998; US$ 16.03

    Number 1 Bestseller. Paul Williams is Ireland's No. 1 award-winning crime reporter, famed for exposing the ruthless gangsters behind Irish crime. In Gangland, he investigates who is pulling the strings behind the scenes - the families that form the Irish mafia - and examines the way in which their net has spread across Ireland and beyond. Compelling,... more...

  • Refugee women in Britain and Franceby Gill Allwood; Khursheed Wadia

    Manchester University Press 2010; US$ 95.00

    This book is about the lives of refugee women in Britain and France. Who are they? Where do they come from? What happens to them when they arrive, while they wait for a decision on their claim for asylum, and after the decision, whether positive or negative?It shows how laws and processes designed to meet the needs of men fleeing political persecution... more...

  • The Octopusby Joe Pieri

    Birlinn 2012; US$ 8.44

    This book reveals a shocking and sensational story: the mafia and the huge syndicates it controls have infiltrated the government in Italy, the US, the highest levels of the Catholic Church, and in modern times, are even implicated in the murder of an American president and the pope. At lower levels of criminality the mafia is omnipresent - from prostitution,... more...

  • Hell To Payby Neal Hall

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; US$ 13.99

    Michael Plante, a low-level Hells Angels dog's body in Vancouver, is arrested for extortion in 2003. Coincidentally, police intercept a boat carrying cocaine from Colombia to Vancouver, a shipment arranged by the East End chapter of Vancouver's Hells Angels. The cops need to send someone inside to gather evidence that can be used to arrest and convict... more...

  • Hell To Payby Neal Hall

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    Michael Plante, a low-level Hells Angels dog's body in Vancouver, is arrested for extortion in 2003. Coincidentally, police intercept a boat carrying cocaine from Colombia to Vancouver, a shipment arranged by the East End chapter of Vancouver's Hells Angels. The cops need to send someone inside to gather evidence that can be used to arrest and convict... more...

  • Be Silent or Be Killedby Roger Hunt

    Luath Press Ltd 2013; US$ 9.32

    On 26 November 2008, India came under a series of horrific terrorist attacks which killed more than 150 people, and injured hundreds more. Scottish banker Roger Hunt was staying at the Oberoi Trident Hotel in Mumbai and found himself caught up in the siege. Trapped in his hotel room, defenceless against the suicidal terrorists killing people in cold... more...

  • Vertriebenenverbände im Fadenkreuzby Heike Amos

    De Gruyter 2011; US$ 70.00

    Der Bund der Vertriebenen und die ostdeutschen Landsmannschaften zählten für die SED und die Staatssicherheit zu den "politischen Feindorganisationen" in der Bundesrepublik. Diese Interessenverbände galt es mit allen Mitteln zu bekämpfen, da sie die staatliche Existenz der DDR, die Herrschaft der SED und die Grenzen zu Polen und zur Sowjetunion nicht... more...

  • Grenzen der Freizügigkeitby Christiane Reinecke

    De Gruyter 2010; US$ 77.00

    Migrationskontrolle ist im Zeichen von Terrorbekämpfung und Sicherheitsdenken aktueller denn je. Wie Staaten ihre Grenzen kontrollieren, warum und auf welche Weise sie Reisende überprüfen, ein- oder aus¬schließen ? diese Fragen wurden bereits in den 1880er Jahren rege diskutiert. Das 19. Jahrhundert brachte ungeahnte Formen weltweiter Mobilität mit... more...

  • Funktionäre mit Vergangenheitby Michael Schwartz; Martin Holler; Michael Buddrus; Alexander Post

    De Gruyter 2013; US$ 98.00

    Die Frage nach der "braunen Vergangenheit" führender deutscher Vertriebenenpolitiker wird seit langem diskutiert. Bereits in den 1960er Jahren mussten zwei Bundesvertriebenenminister ? Theodor Oberländer und Hans Krüger ? wegen NS-Vorwürfen zurücktreten. Krüger war zugleich der erste Präsident des 1957/8 gegründeten "Bundes der Vertriebenen". In jüngster... more...