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  1. Annals of Crime: Revenge of the Green Dragons
    A twenty-year-old crime boss and his teen-age followers become the most feared gang in ...
    The New Yorker, November 16, 1992, pp. 76-79
  2. Annals of Justice: Colombian Gold
    Along the cocaine money trail in New York's Little Colombia, the Feds found a new way t...
    The New Yorker, August 15, 1994, pp. 26-31
  3. Annals of Law: A Complicated Life
    F. Lee Bailey has been in trouble before, but not like this, and not on the testimony o...
    The New Yorker, March 11, 1996, pp. 44-51
  4. Annals of Law: Defending the Mafia
    Gerald Shargel is a brilliant criminal-defense lawyer who finds himself drawn to Mob ca...
    The New Yorker, February 21, 1994, pp. 64-75
  5. Annals of Law: The Thin White Line
    The government is fighting a new drug war against Colombia's cartel bosses---and the Am...
    The New Yorker, July 31, 1995, pp. 30-34
  6. The Great Bicycle Race across Iowa
    The Saturday Evening Post, April 1984, pp. 52-55
  7. Hit Men (1990)
    1 Review
  8. Nights of the Opera: Twilight of the God?
    James Levine used to dominate the Met. Now he shares power with Joseph Volpe, a former ...
    The New Yorker, October 3, 1994, pp. 50-69
  9. Onward and Upward with the Arts: Hong Kong Babylon
    Why are Hong Kong movies so popular? Perhaps because they're like the industry behind t...
    The New Yorker, August 7, 1995, pp. 30-32
  10. Partners in Crime
    Hong Kong's world-class gangs run drugs and arms, pimp whores, smuggle aliens and chop ...
    The New Republic, July 14, 1997, pp. 18-24
  11. Passing the Buck Dept.: The Supernote
    Someone in the Middle East is printing fake hundred-dollar bills that even the Federal ...
    The New Yorker, October 23, 1995, pp. 50-55
  12. A Reporter at Large: The G-Man and the Hit-Man
    The F.B.I. uses some very nasty informants, but did it go too far in the case of a Colo...
    The New Yorker, December 16, 1996, pp. 68-77
  13. The World of Business: Showdown at the Hit Factory
    When the legendary Mo Ostin announced that he was leaving Warner Music, he set off a wa...
    The New Yorker, November 21, 1994, pp. 66-79
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