After Capone is the first book to present the complete story of one of America's leading crime kingpins. This is a fascinating and chilling account of mob power, as it traces Frank the Enforcer Nitti from his Italian origins and rise in Chicago's underworld mob to his near fatal shooting by city detectives, his strange death and the ultimate downfall of those associated with him. Meticulously researched, combining previously scattered accounts, the book provides a comprehensive and arousing portrait of underworld boss Frank. Nitti and his gang's far-reaching power emanating from Chicago in the 1930s.
Mars Eghigian Jr. is a veteran organised crime researcher who has extensively examined archives in Chicago. St. Louis, Washington D.C. and numerous institutions. He has contributes to several published works on Chicago's gangster era and has spoken extensively on the subject.