Killing The Mob audiobook is a gripping story. It is set in the 1930s concerning the harsh history of organised criminal acts in the US during the twentieth century. The Mob had impacted every facet of U.s. democracy, culture, entertainment, and industry. It’s a page-turning book full of twists and revelations on each page. In The Killing Mob audiobook, these famous felons and their real-life experiences have been made into a narrative that turned into the most gripping crime thriller yet.
Killing The Mob audiobook begins in 1934, at Indiana’s Lake County Jail. There the criminal lawyer and judge in his ongoing legal proceeding have a photograph taken putting their arms over John Dillinger’s shoulder due to his popularity.
In Killing The Mob audiobook free, Before the prohibition phase, which lasted from 1920 to 1933, adultery and gambling, besides numerous criminal activities, were structured and controlled by large political organizations. They were supported by criminal groups that thrived among the lower classes. The gangs formed small organisations that served as the armed wing of politically corrupt groups. They cheated the system by voting earlier and, on occasion, frightening opposition leaders. They were, in a nutshell, brutal errand guys at the foundation of a hierarchy structure that included political masters at the top.
In the Prohibition era of the 1920s, when the 18th Amendment in the United States Constitution made it illegal to sell, organise, or deliver cocktails, Italian-American families, as well as other races and ethnicities, joined the thriving illegally imported liquor business. They evolved into refined illicit activities adept at piracy, tax avoidance, and bribing cops and other government officials. In Killing The Mob audiobook free, organized criminal activities are thought to be a dynamic and ever-changing phenomenon.
Martin Dugard and Bill O’Reilly wrote Killing The Mob audiobook.
Martin Dugard was born in Maine on the 1st of June, 1961. He is now a full-time writer. He lives with his wife and three sons in Rancho Santa Margarita in Orange County, California.
In 1988, Dugard started working as a professional writer. He started writing essays for journals such as Runner’s World and Competitor after becoming bored with unsatisfying corporate marketing employment. Dugard quit the corporate sector in 1993 to be a full-time writer. Dugard’s main interest is authoring non-fiction literature. However, he did journalism occasionally, such as when documenting the Tour de France between 1999 till 2008. In the year 2000, Dugard published his first historical work.
Bill O’Reilly was born on the 10th of September,1949. He is a journalist, writer, and former tv host from the United States.
O’Reilly’s journey in broadcasting started at the end of the 1970s and early 1980s, as he worked for local tv stations around the country, then for CBS News and later for ABC News. Between 1989 till 1995, he hosted the tabloid tv show Inside Edition. In 1996, O’Reilly entered Fox News Channel as anchor of The O’Reilly Factor, which he anchored till 2017. The show was the top-rated news show for almost 16 years, and media critic Howard Kurtz hailed him as “the biggest celebrity in Fox News’s twenty-year history.”
The narrator of Killing The Mob audiobook is Robert Petkoff. Other audiobooks that Robert Petkoff has also narrated are How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age, Peril, and Daisy Jones and The Six.
The length of Killing The Mob audiobook is 10 hours and 5 minutes.
Macmillan Audio published Killing The Mob audiobook on 05/04/2021.