The Encyclopedia of Canadian Organized Crime: From Captain Kidd to Mom Boucher
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The Encyclopedia of Canadian Organized Crime: From Captain Kidd to Mom Boucher

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You may never again think of Canadians as law-abiding

Respected crime reporters Peter Edwards and Michel Auger have pooled their research and expertise to create The Encyclopedia of Canadian Organized Crime. Sometimes grim, sometimes amusing, and always entertaining, this book is filled with 300 entries and more than 150 illustrations, covering centuries of organized crime...more
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Published July 31st 2012 by McClelland & Stewart (first published September 14th 2004)
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This is an excellent quick reference on many of the famous Canadian gangsters and criminals.
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