Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business: Shocking Declassified Details from the FBI's Greatest Undercover Operation and a Bloody Timeline of

Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business: Shocking Declassified Details from the FBI's Greatest Undercover Operation and a Bloody Timeline of

by Joe Pistone

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ISBN-13: 9780786741199
Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date: 05/27/2008
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 192,212
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Joseph D. Pistone is the legendary FBI Special Agent who put his life on the line to infiltrate the U.S. Mafia for six years, resulting in the convictions of over 200 mobsters. He lives in an undisclosed location.

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Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business: Shocking Declassified Details from the FBI's Greatest Undercover Operation and a Bloody Timeline of the Fall of th 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has a lot of details. It is sometimes captivating and exciting, but Pistone is foremost an FBI agent and not a literary genius. His eye for detail is great, however, he flip flops throughout the story, often repeating something several times or failing to explain a situation. The book does give you amazing new information on the American Mafia and the trials that helped it crumble. It is, however, not extremely objective in that Pistone is viewed as this incredible angel who defeated the Mafia. Ladies and Gentlemen, the Mafia continues to exist today. It did suffer a great blow due to Pistone's undercover stint and the RICO law, but Pistone leads the reader to believe the Mafia is no longer, which is far from the case. I read it quickly so I didn't feel it was a waste of my time, but it's sometimes hard to track and his repeated 'nothing for nothing' really started to make me mad after the twentieth time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marcus Hall More than 1 year ago
In my opinion, I feel this book is the truly completed version of Donnie Brasco. It tell the reader exactly what the mafia is really like; the honor is truly gone. At the same time I feel it is some what repetious.