Michael J. Cain researched the story of his half-brother Richard with the help of federal agencies, local police departments, and sources on the street from Chicago to Washington, DC. A native of Michigan, now living in Georgia, Michael is currently working on his fifth book, a novel that explores the world of Army Special Operations in wartime.
Jack Clarke was a legendary Chicago private investigator who worked for Mayor Richard J. Daley and several former Illinois governors.
"A must read for folks following organized crime in America."
--Ray Gibson, Chicago Tribune
"Richard Cain embodied the symbiotic relationship of Chicago's legendary Outfit and the political machine that ran the city. . . . Great stuff for a look at the reality of life in the Mob and a window on how the 'city that works' really worked."