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The intention of American prohibition in the 1920s was to reduce crime. Instead it led to an era of bootleggers, speakeasies, rum-runners and death on a daily basis as organized mobsters across the country fought for every piece of turf in the lucrative alcohol trade. Rocco and Besha DeLuca rose from poverty to feed alcohol to the organizations of those ruthless gangsters. But there is no honor among vicious, greedy criminals and each day for Rocco and Besha sees death and violence visit their doorstep as these outlaws of crime attack to rip the growing whiskey empire from their cold, dead hands.

Eugene Lloyd MacRae
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