Arnold Rothstein's Turbulent Personal Life
Rothstein: The Life, Times and Murder of the Criminal
Genius who Fixed the 1919 World Series
reveals not merely
the story of 20th century crime's seminal figure, a polished,
millionaire, gambler manipulating the system, buying and selling cops
and politicians, smuggling booze and drugs, fixing fights and
ballgames, but also of his tortured family relationships.