Mini review: “True Crime” by Max Allan Collins (audiobook version)



This is the second part of the “Frank Nitti” trilogy that kicked off the long series of books featuring 1930’s Chicago PI Nate Heller.  This time he is getting mixed up with outlaws John Dillinger and the Barker gang.

I like the character a lot, this is a good story and the narration is excellent.  What more do you want?


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