The story of the rise and fall of the mob in Havana, Cuba

    In the 1950s, American gangsters made Havana, Cuba its hub with casinos, hotels, and nightclubs and patrons including John F. Kennedy and Frank Sinatra. The story of the rise and fall of the mob in Havana is told by T.J. ENGLISH in his new book, “Havana Nocturne.” English is a writer, whose books include “The Westies,” “Paddy Whacked” and “Born to Kill.” He has written for Esquire, Playboy, and New York Magazine and been a screenwriter for NYPD Blue and Homicide.
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