• McMafia

  • Seriously Organised Crime
  • By: Misha Glenny
  • Narrated by: Stephen Thorne
  • Length: 16 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-17-11
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of McMafia by Misha Glenny, read by Stephen Thorne.
Now a major BBC series.
Have you ever illegally downloaded a DVD? Taken drugs? Fallen for a phishing scam?
Organised crime is part of all our worlds - often without us even knowing. McMafia is a journey through the new world of international organised crime, from gunrunners in Ukraine to money launderers in Dubai, by way of drug syndicates in Canada and cyber criminals in Brazil.
©2009 Misha Glenny (P)2011 Random House AudioGo LTD
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Critic Reviews

"Like a journalistic Indiana Jones he has travelled the world in search of his prey, displaying impressive stamina, intellectual chutzpah and physical bravery on the way.... This is the most important non-fiction book of the year so far - organised crime's version of Fast Food Nation." ( Mail on Sunday)
"To be regarded as one of the essential non-fiction works of our time. Exhaustively researched and reported, it's sobering in the extreme, but also riveting, filled with exotic locations, staggering facts, acts of incredible brutality and colourful, if deadly, characters.... Anyone with even the smallest interest in how the world really works should read this book." ( GQ)
"The great merit of Glenny's book is that it does not just chronicle the foul deeds of international crime syndicates. It probes the imbalances and injustices that propel people and nations towards criminal behaviour... This, racy, well-researched and highly entertaining book should be essential reading for law reformers everywhere." ( Irish Times)
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3 out of 5 stars
By A on 10-10-17


I've given up listening, persevering for about 6 hours. Having read Glenny's "The Balkans" before, I know he can write compellingly but I simply haven't been gripped by this audio book and am packing it in now. A significant factor is the workmanlike but uninspiring narration; the narrative may have proved more interesting if it had been conveyed better.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mr. T. P. Bedingfield on 10-27-16

Good. But gets on his high horse too much

But above all very good. Did his research and well informee. China and the EU are well discussed

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