HORNS FOR THE DEVIL by Louis Malley

HORNS FOR THE DEVIL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A novel which uses the Mafin, for story interest and a reform issue,- that secret organization which originated in Glelly (and which, according to Malley, still gets its directives from there), now in the hands of the gambling-prostitution-drug operators recently investigated by the Kefauver Committee. This shows how the ""Organization"" takes hold of one second generation Sicilian, Severio, at birth, and never relaxes its hold throughout his short life in New York's lower East Side slums. Lucky Luciano hovers ominously, if namelessly, as the number one man of the Organization, who won the 1948 election for Truman as his revenge on the ""little lawyer"" who sent him up... Sensational material, and some suspect allegations, which still may carry to the

Pub Date: June 15th, 1951
Publisher: Appleton-Century-Crofts