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When most of us think of Seattle, our thoughts drift to Microsoft idea tanks or lounging at Starbucks. Few of us associate this eco-friendly city with a powerful crime family and recurring civic corruption. Seattle Weekly journalist Rick Anderson corrects our myopia with a stark portrait of Frank Colacurcio, a homicidal mob boss whose sixty-year felonious reign ended only with his death in July. Anderson details the prostitution kingpin's brutal acts including execution-style slayings for which he was never prosecuted. A seldom-told true crime saga.