Mob Power Plays - William F. RoemerNew York: SPI Books, 1994, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper.
From the cover: “The country’s most knowledgeable expert on organized crime, William F. Roemer, Jr., now continues his epic saga of mob violence, power and billion dollar corruption begun in his runaway bestseller, The War of the Godfathers. FBI Agent Bill Richards is back and like his creator Bill Roemer, he’s out to beat the “LCN” or La Cosa Nostra, better known as the Mob, with everything he’s got. Opposing Richards are the dons of the New York and Chicago mobs who are teaming up to build the luxurious Tahoe Summit Casino: John Gotti, Tony Accardo and Rocko Robustelli. Robustelli is the boss from Chicago whose son Ricky is a star pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Will the mob control pro baseball through Robustelli? Will Robustelli’s steamy love affair with beautiful Chicago lawyer Connie Constable place her in a position of political power — controlled, bought and paid for by the mob? Richards pursues Robustelli and other mob bosses, consiglieres and capos on a relentless trail of blood, betrayal and heart pounding suspense that leads all the way to Europe where the bosses meet to plot their battle against the FBI — and where Richards and his dedicated crew of FBI agents will face the ultimate showdown against… Mob Power Plays.”