The Brotherhoods: The True Story of Two Cops Who Murdered for the Mafia

Version: Unabridged
Author: Guy Lawson , William Oldham
Narrator: Dick Hill
Genres: Biography & Memoir, True Crime
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Published In: December 2006
# of Units: 20 CDs
Length: 16 hours, 39 minutes
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Overview

The Brotherhoods is the chilling chronicle of the shocking crimes of NYPD detectives Stephen Caracappa and Louis Eppolito, notorious rogue cops convicted in April 2006 of the ultimate form of police corruption-shielding their acts behind their badges while they worked for the mob. Their crimes included participation in the murders of at least eight men, kidnapping, torture, and the betrayal of an entire generation of New York City detectives and federal agents. "One of the most spectacular police corruption scandals in the city's history," proclaimed the New York Times in its front-page coverage of the verdict.

Reviews (3)

I gave up!

Written by chezann on December 17th, 2010

  • Book Rating: 1/5

One wonders how this book could be so boring. It's not written so much like a book, but more like a report. I made it through three disks and realized just trying to listen was making me very irritable. Listen to something else.

BORING

Written by DUKE31 from Monument, CO on July 28th, 2010

  • Book Rating: 1/5

This had to be the worse book ever! I could hardly get through it without yawning. I was so glad the third CD was scratched so I did not have to endure the torture anymore. What a waste of time!

Not recommended

Written by sjwarner78 on May 12th, 2010

  • Book Rating: 2/5

Boring. Extremely hard to follow. Seriously, I almost fell asleep.

Author Details

Author Details

Lawson, Guy

Guy Lawson is an award-winning investigative journalist whose articles on war, crime, culture, and law have appeared in the "New York Times Magazine, GQ, Harper's", and many other publications.

Oldham, William

William Oldham is a decorated twenty-year veteran of the NYPD and a retired investigator for the U.S. Department of Justice.