In his new book, «Last Don Standing», New York Daily News reporter Larry McShane chronicles the deadly reign of Ralph Natale, the last great Mob boss of Philadelphia and the first Mob boss to turn state’s evidence. Written with the full cooperation of Natale, it’s a tale that covers more than half a century of Mob lore and provides a number of stunning, insider revelations about some of the most seminal events in Mob history, including Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance, the murder of Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and the Mob’s influence in Atlantic City.
McShane’s presentation will take a deep dive into the workings of the Philadelphia Mob during Natale’s era, providing an informative complement to a book that is a must-read for Mob history enthusiasts.
Also on September 15, 2017, McShane will sign copies of two of his books, «Last Don Standing» and «Chin,» from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
This event is free for Museum Members or with Museum admission.