Review: "Augie's Secrets,’ by Neal Karlen takes us back to notorious days of 1930s' Minneapolis Mob

  • Article by: CHUCK LEDDY , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 13, 2013 - 4:07 PM

Neal Karlen, a relative of his colorful underworld subject, takes us back to the notorious days of the 1930s and the Minneapolis Mob.

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carlstromApr. 14, 13 1:26 PM

Photo on Hennepin brings back childhood memories of downtown and street cars. Heard many stories about the early Mpls mod growing up. Looking forward to reading Augie's Secrets.

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clermont1095Jan. 27, 1412:17 PM

I'm reading it right now. Insightful and entertaining. However, I'm also curious about some of the things it doesn't say...It would make good fodder for a Coen Bros movie. A fast read and worth the time. I give it 4 stars.

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