On the House: The Bizare Killing of Michael Malloy

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Berkley Books, 2005 - 273 pages
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Describes the brutal 1933 killing of Michael Malloy, a New York City drunk, who was poisoned, run over, and left for dead in the winter weather by a murderous group of conspirators--including a psychotic cabbie, a syphilitic speakeasy owner, and a crooked undertaker--who had taken out an insurance policy on his life. Original.

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