Thank you to the publisher for sending me a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Kudos to both authors for writing a seamless and extremely well done nonfiction book about Elliot Ness. This book is as far from ‘dry’ as I think I have ever come in nonfiction. I learned so much about the prolific police man and really enjoyed the book.
I did hope for more of a true crime take about the serial killer that Ness never caught, but the book was mainly a timeline of Ness’ life. The parts of the investigation of the torso killings were just sprinkled in.
Still a good book, and I am still glad I read it!