The tension in Alcatraz heats up in 1937 as the guards and prisoner’s clash. Escapes will be made, prisoner’s and guards will be killed. Al Capone spends his final years on the island. And another con’s reputation finally catches up to him in a shocking act. Alcatraz is beginning to live up to it’s reputation as the toughest prison in America.
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Burrough, Bryan. Public Enemies: America’s Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34. Penguin Book, 2005.
Denevi, Don, and Philip Bergen. Alcatraz ’46;: The Anatomy of a Classic Prison Tragedy. Leswing Press, 1974.
Johnston, Warden James A. Alcatraz Island Prison And The Men Who Live There. C. Scribner’s Sons, 1949.
Karpis, Alvin, and Robert Livesey. On the Rock: Twenty-Five Years in Alcatraz. Musson Book Co., 1980.
Quillen, Jim. Alcatraz from the Inside. Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, 1991.