Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Get a Free Issue of "Informer: The Journal of American Mafia History"

INFORMER: The Journal of American Mafia History was initially scheduled for release on Sept. 26. But the journal is available for FREE download NOW.

You should be able to access Informer by clicking the Download button at this web location: http://www.box.net/shared/1tqtm2ydfr

Contents of Issue 1
- The Mob's Worst Year: 1957
- Capone's Triggerman Kills Michigan Cop
- Newspaperman Reveals Lynch Mob Role
- A Look Back: 100 Years, 75 Years, 25 Years
- Ask the Informer: KC's DiGiovanni
- Book News and Reviews
- In the News
- Deaths

Informer would like to thank the following advertisers for participating in the journal launch: The First Vice Lord: Big Jim Colosimo and the Ladies of the Levee by Art Bilek; The Mafia and the Machine: The Story of the Kansas City Mob by Frank R. Hayde; Deep Water: Joseph P. Macheca and the Birth of the American Mafia by Thomas Hunt and Martha Macheca Sheldon; Niagara Falls Mobtours; On the Spot Journal of Crime and Law Enforcement History edited by Rick Mattix; The American Mafia History website. We also would like to thank our early subscribers for their support.

For additional information on Informer Issue #1 visit the website: http://mafiainformer.blogspot.com/.

There is no charge for this first issue. However, Informer's quarterly electronic issues will be available only to subscribers starting with the next issue in January. Subscriptions are now available at a special price through the website above.

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