Plug Uglies

Frandel Llc - Plug uglies is a perfect addition to the library of any true-crime fan anywhere. In this book, howie tells a number of previously untold stories about the famous FBI bugging of the Boston Mafia’s headquarters, the merger of the Winter Hill Gang with the Mafia, and the Plymouth Mail Truck robbery. He also includes scores of never-before-seen photos, revealing the private lives of Mob serial killer Jimmy “the Bear” Flemmi and one of Johnny Martorano’s long-forgotten victims.

The book also includes whitey bulger’s early military and court records, including the first record of his informing from 1956, FBI Most Wanted posters, and a fascinating series of memos from the Massachusetts State Police detailing the inside story on the hits of the Irish Gang War. Plug uglies is the final installment in best-selling author Howie Carr’s series about organized crime in Boston.





Kennedy Babylon: A Century of Scandal and Depravity

Frandel, LLC - Kennedy Babylon Vol. 1 begins the story of the Kennedy family's scandalous century in the public eye. Written by howie carr, the new york times bestselling author of The Brothers Bulger and Hitman, Kennedy Babylon is a whirlwind tour of scandals from the days of the clan's rabidly anti-Semitic patriarch to the death of JFK Jr.

The book includes scores of amazing photographs, many of which have not been published in decades.





Rifleman

Frandel Llc - This is truly a must-have for any true crime fan. Flemmi has been convicted of ten murders and took the Fifth Amendment when asked about ten others. Stevie the rifleman flemmi was, for forty years, he was the partner of Whitey Bulger, and for much of that time, one of the most feared gangsters in Boston, the sixteen-year fugitive with a $2 million reward on his head who was captured in 2011.

His cohort, Bulger, is charged with nineteen more. Rifleman is the story of flemmi's life of crime, as told to federal and state law enforcement after he pleaded guilty in 2003. Supplementing the text are close to 300 photographs from Carr's own collection. The original document on which the book is based is called a DEA 6, assaults, including two of his girlfriends, covering dozens of extortions, and murders,  and it ran 146 single-spaced pages, one of whom was also his common law stepdaughter.





Hitman: The Untold Story of Johnny Martorano: Whitey Bulger's Enforcer and the Most Feared Gangster in the Underworld

Forge Books - Martin scorsese’s The Departed barely touched on his story. Now radio talk show sensation, crime reporter, and boston herald columnist Howie Carr takes us into the heart of the life of one of the city’s most notorious criminals in Hitman: The Untold Story of Johnny Martorano: Whitey Bulger’s Enforcer and the Most Feared Gangster in the Underworld.

For two decades Martorano struck fear into anyone even remotely connected to his world. After all, he was, in the end…a hitman. The paperback edition of howie carr’s riveting true-crime story includes an epilogue detailing Whitey Bulger’s dramatic June 2011 capture. His partnership with whitey bulger and the infamous Winter Hill Gang led to twenty mob murders―for which Johnny would serve twelve years in prison.

Hitman: The Untold Story of Johnny Martorano: Whitey Bulger's Enforcer and the Most Feared Gangster in the Underworld - Carr also looks at the politicians and FBI agents who aided Johnny and Whitey, and at the flamboyant city of Boston which Martorano so ruthlessly ruled. A plethora of paradoxes, Johnny Martorano was Mr. Surrounded by fast-living politicians, sports celebrities, and show biz entertainers, Johnny was charismatically colorful―as charming as he was frightening.

Mom by day and man-about-town by night.





Ratman:The Trial and Conviction of Whitey Bulger

Frandel Llc - Two years later, this Boston organized-crime boss went on trial in his hometown. After seeing carr walk out his front door holding the hand of his young daughter, the hitman got cold feet. In his latest book, ratman: the trial and conviction of Whitey Bulger, New York Times best-selling author Howie Carr chronicles the trial of this notorious mob boss, who was charged with 19 murders.

Carr describes the 7-week trial in vivid detail, using photographs submitted as evidence and excerpts from previously sealed FBI reports to illustrate the parade of hitmen, drug dealers, bookies, and crooked FBI agents testifying against their former boss. This book is the perfect gift for any true-crime fan.

Ratman:The Trial and Conviction of Whitey Bulger - With a $2 million reward on his head, james “whitey” Bulger had been the most-wanted fugitive in America for 16 years when he was captured by the FBI in June 2011. Despite bulger’s attempts to keep this boston herald columnist and radio talk-show host out of the courtroom by listing him as a defense witness, the judge allowed Carr to cover the trial, putting readers in the front row at one of the most entrancing murder trials in recent history.

Carr also shares accounts of a uniquely personal nature, including testimony from one of Bulger’s hitman that Whitey ordered him to kill Carr in the driveway of his home.





Kennedy Babylon: A Century of Scandal and Depravity Vol. 2

Frandel - Written by howie carr, the new york Times bestselling author of The Brothers Bulger and Hitman, Kennedy Babylon Vol. The book includes scores of amazing photographs, many of which have not been published in decades - or at all. 2 is a brawling and rambunctious tour of scandals from the days of the clan's bootlegging anti-Semitic patriarch to the death of JFK Jr.

Kennedy Babylon Vol. 2 adds to the story of the Kennedy family's scandalous century in the public eye.





What Really Happened: How Donald J. Trump Saved America From Hillary Clinton

Frandel - This is the inside, no-holds-barred story of trump's rise from a celebrity business mogul to the White House as told by a veteran journalist who was in the middle of the 2016 presidential campaign from day one. Trump. New york times bestselling author Howie Carr chronicles the historic election of President Donald J.





Killers: A Novel

Forge Books - And later called him a defense witness during Bulger’s 2013 murder trial. Now in jail, whitey bulger is gone from Boston, but Bench McCarthy is here to take his place. Mccarthy is a thug’s thug, a hitman, an underworld jack-of-all-trades. Bench doesn’t trust reilly since they started out on opposite sides of the law, but when the hunter becomes the hunted, he’s left with few options.

This edition of the book is the deluxe, tall rack mass market paperback. The motives are as murky as the hitmen themselves, but all roads seem to lead to the State House, where corrupt pols are battling over a bill to legalize new casinos that will generate billions in revenue. To stay alive and put an end to the uprising, Bench must enlist the help of Jack Reilly, a dodgy ex-cop turned private investigator.

Killers: A Novel - He runs his own mob out of winter hill in Somerville while handling “wet work” for Sally Curto, a half-demented mob boss. After years of gangland peace, Bench and Curto find themselves clay pigeons for unknown hit crews coming at them from every direction. Killers is a thrilling ride through the dark underbelly of Boston crime and politics that could only have been written by Howie Carr.

At one point the infamous Whitey Bulger put out a contract Carr, a newspaper columnist.





The Brothers Bulger: How They Terrorized and Corrupted Boston for a Quarter Century

Grand Central Publishing - The riveting new york times bestseller by award-winning columnist Howie Carr--now with a stunning new afterword detailing Whitey Bulger's capture. For years their familiar story was of two siblings who took different paths out of South Boston: William "Billy" Bulger, former president of the Massachusetts State Senate; and his brother James "Whitey" Bulger, a vicious criminal who became the FBI's second most-wanted man after Osama Bin Laden.

While billy cavorted with the state's blue bloods to become a powerful political force, Whitey blazed a murderous trail to the top rung of organized crime. Patrick's day shenanigans, political infighting, and the complex relationship between two brothers who were at one time kings. As the film black mass, hits theaters, take a deeper dive into the story of the Bulgers, starring Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger, and their fifty-year reign over Boston with Howie Carr's THE BROTHERS BULGER.

The Brothers Bulger: How They Terrorized and Corrupted Boston for a Quarter Century - Now, in this compelling narrative, Carr uncovers a sinister world of FBI turncoats, alliances between various branches of organized crime, St.





Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-Up

Regnery History - Only when small independent publisher Regnery obtained the manuscript was the book's publication made possible and the true story of the so-called "Chappaquiddick Incident" finally told. Originally published in 1988 under the title senatorial Privilege, Random House, this book almost didn't make it into print after its original publisher, judged it too explosive and backed out of its contract with author Leo Damore.

An achievement of reportorial diligence, this book tells a story that the most imaginative crime novelist would have been hard put to invent. It is a tale of death, obstruction of justice, intrigue, corruption and politics. People magazine A young woman leaves a party with a wealthy U. S. This is the damning true story of the death of campaign strategist Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick and of the senator—37-year-old Senator Ted Kennedy—who left her trapped underwater while he returned to his hotel, slept, and made phone calls to associates.

Mysteriously, none of the other big New York publishers wanted to touch it. This new edition, bruce dern, kate mara, chappaquiddick, is being released 30 years after the original Senatorial Privilege to coincide with the nationwide theatrical release of the movie Chappaquiddick starring Jason Clarke, Ed Helms, and Jim Gaffigan.

Chappaquiddick: Power, Privilege, and the Ted Kennedy Cover-Up - The next morning her body is discovered in his car at the bottom of a pond. And it is the story of a shameful political coverup involving one of the nation's most well-connected families and its network of lawyers, public relations people, and friends who ensured Ted Kennedy remained a respected member of the Senate for forty more years.





Ratman: The Trial and Conviction of Whitey Bulger

Frandel Llc - After seeing carr walk out his front door holding the hand of his young daughter, the hitman got cold feet. Carr describes the 7-week trial in vivid detail, bookies, drug dealers, using photographs submitted as evidence and excerpts from previously sealed FBI reports to illustrate the parade of hitmen, and crooked FBI agents testifying against their former boss.

Carr also shares accounts of a uniquely personal nature, including testimony from one of Bulger’s hitman that Whitey ordered him to kill Carr in the driveway of his home. Despite bulger’s attempts to keep this boston herald columnist and radio talk-show host out of the courtroom by listing him as a defense witness, the judge allowed Carr to cover the trial, putting readers in the front row at one of the most entrancing murder trials in recent history.

Ratman: The Trial and Conviction of Whitey Bulger - Two years later, this Boston organized-crime boss went on trial in his hometown. This book is the perfect gift for any true-crime fan. In his latest book, new york times best-selling author Howie Carr chronicles the trial of this notorious mob boss, Ratman: The Trial and Conviction of Whitey Bulger, who was charged with 19 murders.

. With a $2 million reward on his head, james “whitey” Bulger had been the most-wanted fugitive in America for 16 years when he was captured by the FBI in June 2011.