Corruption City

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Who better to clean up a city than a twenty-nine-year-old law professor?
John Conroy is an unlikely choice to face off against Nemo Crespi and his widespread organized crime ring, but the governor needs someone free of political ties and ambitions, and Conroy fits the bill. The young law professor is willing to take on the gangster – after all, it will let him take his theory that all power corrupts out of the classroom and into the real world. And his father, a chief investigator for the police, has a connection in the syndicate feeding him information. That must be an upside … right?
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