Upcoming: GR's Non-Fiction Mob Book on the Apalachin Meeting

MAFIA SUMMIT: Hoover, the Kennedy Brothers and the Meeting That Unmasked the Mob

 A Non-Fiction Book by Gil Reavill

 In November 1957, members of warring Mafia factions gathered to iron out their differences in the small upstate New York village of Apalachin. A lone law enforcement officer exposed the mob summit, forcing the government finally to admit that the country had a problem with organized crime. Packed with new research, featuring not only the bloody mob battles that led up to the gathering but the turf wars between Robert Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover that followed it, Gil Reavill’s MAFIA SUMMIT is the definitive look at a turning point in America’s long battle against the mob. Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press, WINTER/SPRING 2013.