Harlem Rhapsody (Book two of the Volunteers Series)

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Harlem Rhapsody (Book two of the Volunteers Series)

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Based on true events and real people (The Belle of Broadway; Titanic Thompson; Lucky Luciano) Harlem Rhapsody is the second book in the Volunteer series about Teddy Roosevelt’s band of men, with financial assistance from J.P. Morgan and John Rockefeller, who fight to take down corruption and Tammany Hall.

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In the days of prohibition and the Harlem Renaissance, Owney Madden, gangster and Cotton Club owner, has a plan to defeat the tyranny of Tammany Hall.

He’ll whack mob kingpin Arnold Rothstein.

Harlem Rhapsody follows this turbulent era (1927-1937), from Duke Ellington’s debut at the Cotton Club, to the unsolved murder of Rothstein, and the machinations of a secret organization, the Volunteers.

Based on true events and real people (The Belle of Broadway; Titanic Thompson; Lucky Luciano) Harlem Rhapsody is the second book in the Volunteer series about Teddy Roosevelt’s band of men, with financial assistance from J.P. Morgan and John Rockefeller, who fight to take down corruption and Tammany Hall.

Harlem Rhapsody features a WWI hero and Harlem Hellfighter recruited to support the mission. His Volunteer boss is based on John Nuckel’s grandfather, a former Irish freedom fighter revered in Ireland for his hunger strike aboard the prison ship Argenta.

John NuckelJOHN NUCKEL has worked in the financial industry for over thirty years. In that time he has spent many hours on the barstools of Wall Street and run into enough characters to fill a dozen books. John ran like hell down Broadway when the World Trade Center came down, he has thrown punches on the trading floor and sat behind Spike Lee at the Garden. As a personal financial advisor, he now spends most of his time in the boardroom. This experience has taught him that there isn't much difference between bookies and bankers. A fact that the world has discovered recently but John had known for years. The only difference is whether the con artist is wearing Armani and carrying a briefcase or is wearing a track suit as he sticks a gun in your face. John Nuckel is also a contributor to businessinsider.com

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