Dollface is as intoxicating as the forbidden liquor at the heart of it. Rosen's Chicago gangsters are vividly rendered, and the gun molls stir up at least as much trouble as their infamous men. Fans of Boardwalk Empire will love Dollface. I know I did.
New York Times bestselling author of Water For Elephants
During the 1920s Chicago's speakeasies are filled with flappers and dashing young men doing the Charleston and the Bunny Hug. They're drinking liquor from teacups and living the good life. But while the party goes on inside, the streets are turning deadly as Al Capone's South Side Gang and Dion O'Banion's North Side Gang vie for control of the city's lucrative bootlegging industry. Read more.