Book Review ~ Gotti’s Boys // BookZone

Gotti’s Boys: The Mafia Crew That Killed for John Gotti

This was a good look at mob henchmen’s actions and functioning of the particular Bergin crew that operated to help John Gotti on his rise to power and followed his orders. They were busted by recordings made from bugs that were planted in the social club and some other’s home. Indictments were issued from that and the gathering of information after it was learned that one associate and his wife had died in a plane crash under false name, which brought out a lot of things unknown before (Salvatore Ruggiero). Some mentioned: Angelo Ruggiero, John Corneglia, Mark Reiter, Neil Dellacroce, Gene Gotti.

This is a very decent book for those who like mob books in the later days of the Mafia in the US when Gotti was coming up and then in power. Advance electronic review copy was provided by NetGalley, author Anthony M. DeStefano, and the publisher.


Publisher – Citadel ~ 356 pages
Publication – July 30th, 2019
RATING- 4/5 Stars

The Author- Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Anthony M. DeStefano has covered organized crime for over three decades, including the crime beat for New York Newsday for the past twenty years. His books on organized crime include Gangland New York, King of the Godfathers, Mob Killer, The Big Heist, and Top Hoodlum: Frank Costello, Prime Minister of the Mafia.

Source: // BookZone

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