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Jeff Coen is a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, covering federal trials and investigations from the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse in downtown Chicago. He was present in the courtroom throughout the Family Secrets trial, and his pieces on the case were featured in a popular series in the Chicago Tribune. He lives in Oak Park, Illinois.
"[A] revealing, shocking book ... superbly crafted." --Publishers Weekly "A telling look inside the twisted world of organized crime, sure to interest those who follow mob mayhem." --Kirkus Reviews "[An] authoritative account ... indispensable to truly knowing how Chicago works." -- Chicago Tribune "Painting a vivid picture ... riveting ... one of the best accounts on record." --TheChicagoSyndicate.com "[Coen has produced] a careful account." -- Bloomsbury Review "(An) episodic telling ... a useful and lucid history ... [the book] teems with disturbing local color." --Gaper's Block "The book reads like a fast paced crime thriller and, indeed, though it is nonfiction, it makes for fascinating reading." -- The Times Coen's narrative is compelling even when covering materials where we already know the trial's outcome and gives the participants--from lawyers to prosecutors to defendents--a rich, full rendering which is no easy feat." --Chicagoist.com