Harlem Rhapsody: A Crime Thriller (The Volunteers Book Book 2) by John Nuckel

Harlem Rhapsody: A Crime Thriller (The Volunteers Book Book 2) by John Nuckel

It's the height of the prohibition and the Harlem Renaissance and mob kingpin Arnold Rothstein must die.

Owney Madden, gangster and Cotton Club owner, steps up with a plan to take down Rothstein as part of a bigger plot to defeat the tyranny of powerhouse political organization Tammany Hall.

Harlem Rhapsody transports you right into the turbulent decade from 1927-1937, from Duke Ellington's debut at the Cotton Club, to the unsolved murder of Rothstein...and the machinations of a secret organization known as The Volunteers.

Based on true events and real history makers, Harlem Rhapsody is a standalone story of The Volunteer Series about Teddy Roosevelt's band of men who vow to fight corruption with financial backing from none other than J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller.

Series Trivia: The Volunteer boss is in fact based on author John Nuckel's grandfather, a former Irish freedom fighter revered in Ireland for his hunger strike aboard the prison ship Argenta.

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