Welcome to the Jungle Inn

Welcome to the Jungle Inn

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by Allan R. May
     
 

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A history of organized crime in Warren and Trumbull County, featuring stories of Jimmy Munsene, the notorious Farah Brothers, Detroit mobster Frank Cammarata, Anthony "Tony Dope" Delsanter and
others.

Overview

A history of organized crime in Warren and Trumbull County, featuring stories of Jimmy Munsene, the notorious Farah Brothers, Detroit mobster Frank Cammarata, Anthony "Tony Dope" Delsanter and
others.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983703709
Publisher:
Conallan Press Llc
Publication date:
05/31/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
313
Sales rank:
917,512
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Allan R. May is an organized crime historian from Cleveland, Ohio. May began his writing career with a brief stint working for the Dean of organized crime writers, Jerry Capeci at his popular "Gangland News" website.
May moved on to write for Rick Porrello’s AmericanMafia.com, Court TV’s "CrimeLibrary", and CrimeMagazine.com. This is May’s third book. The first was Mob Stories, a compilation of his columns that appeared at
AmericanMafia.com. The second was Gangland Gotham: New York’s Notorious Mob Bosses. May has taught classes on the history of organized crime at Cuyahoga Community College’s Senior Adult Education Program and
gives lectures throughout northeastern Ohio. May is the historian at Lake View Cemetery and is on its Speaker’s Bureau.

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Welcome to the Jungle Inn: The Story of the Mafia's Most Infamous Gambling Den 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great book!! I enjoyed it because I like these types of books plus I have relatives from the Youngstown area.
frankmonastra-author2013 More than 1 year ago
Mr. May's book is very well presented to his readers. In depth information on the accounts that seem to have made the Jungle Inn a famous hot spot for gamblers and hoodlums. I enjoyed reading it and recommend it to anyone interested in the history of gambling