Mob Murder of America's Greatest Gambler

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The true saga of millionaire oilman and highest of the high stakes gambler Ray Ryan who was killed in a 1977 car bombing, the Chicago hoodlum who wanted Ryan dead and a bulldog cop's 35 year effort to solve a gangland murder. "A fascinating book" -- Evansville Courier and Press. "Great read, great story! Lots that I had forgotten, and quite frankly, a heck of a lot I did not know...a most interesting story of an actual police case, with all the ups and downs, the starts and stops, the excitement and the ...
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Overview

The true saga of millionaire oilman and highest of the high stakes gambler Ray Ryan who was killed in a 1977 car bombing, the Chicago hoodlum who wanted Ryan dead and a bulldog cop's 35 year effort to solve a gangland murder. "A fascinating book" -- Evansville Courier and Press. "Great read, great story! Lots that I had forgotten, and quite frankly, a heck of a lot I did not know...a most interesting story of an actual police case, with all the ups and downs, the starts and stops, the excitement and the disappointments, that are part of real police work, especially complicated Organized Crime Cases" -- Richard Eisgruber, one of the Evansville FBI agents involved in the Ryan murder investigation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479336142
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/11/2013
  • Pages: 446
  • Sales rank: 636,761
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Herb Marynell, a retired reporter with Evansville, Ind., newspapers, has written about the investigation into the murder of Ray Ryan since 1977. Steve Bagbey, who served 26 years with the Evansville police department, was the chief local investigator in the case.
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