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ZOOM World Encyclopedia of Organized Crime
sold Out (Win95/98/3.1/Mac) (Jewel Case) (ORGCZCIDJ)

Included in the The Crime Collection

Zane Publishing

Reference

Ratings:

3 stars from Home PC

Uncovers the roots and international scope of modern organized crime. This title presents fascinating profiles--in twenty-eight volumes covering more than 4,500 hypertext pages--of more than 600 famous law enforcers and organized crime figures, including Eliot Ness, Al Capone, Bugsy Siegel, and Pablo Escobar Gaviria. Survey the criminal exploits of the notorious mobsters, crime bosses and crime families, cartels, and gangland events that have shaped the history of organized crime.

Requirements: Windows - 386/33 with Windows 3.1 or Higher (Windows 95 compatible), 4 MB RAM (8 MB recommended), CD-ROM drive (double speed recommended), VGA (SVGA 640x480, 256 colors recommended), mouse and sound card recommended.

Requirements: Mac - 68030+ Mac (256 colors recommended), System 7+, CD-ROM Drive (double speed recommended), 8 MB RAM.

Reviews:

Home PC, August 1994

"Crime doesn't pay, unless it's in the amount of attention some people pay to criminals. Exhibit A in this case is the World Encyclopedia of Organized Crime on CD-ROM, a rogues' gallery of larger-than-life villains. ... You probably know the story of Al Capone, but how about that of Taoko Kanzua? The Japanese crime boss is one of thousands of electronic entries here touching on the underworld in 40 countries. The program features and intriguing 20-minute presentation by true-crime author Jay Robert Nash that maps scandal around the globe and offers a teaser of the program's 1,000 photos and 600 articles."

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