• Title: Cocaine Wars
  • Author: Mick McCaffrey
  • ISBN: 9781849531221
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
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    One Reply to “Cocaine Wars”

    1. This is the true story of a feud between the Rattigans and the Thompsons, drug dealing gangs in Dublin.The book details the many deaths which arose from the feud, the reasons behind them and how the gangs operated.

    2. An interesting account of the Dublin gangster scene and the crime and murders that took place between 2000 and 2010. The book essentially details the activities that led to the instigation, escalation, and eventual downfall of the Crumlin/Drimnagh feud. Having recently watched the TV Series Love/Hate, the events within the book are clearly the inspiration for many of the story lines and indeed some specific scenes.Due to the cyclical nature of tit-for-tat crime, the book did feel at times repeti [...]

    3. An engrossing read about the blood feuds that that follow in the wake of the growing drug wars in Ireland.Relating all the background information and key players in the trade this is like a who's who of the gangland world.Full of murder and graphic detail this will definitely appeal to the crime fans out there.A fascinating and chronological narration of all the deaths involved in the gangs fights from the early 90s to pretty much the present day.Definitely worth a read for the in depth glimpse [...]

    4. Solid, not the most compelling in terms of prose or narrative but engaging subject matter & easy enough to read. Not as opinionated as similar true crime material I've read. Which is a plus.

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