Gomorrah, the best seller by Italian journalist Roberto
Saviano, isn't merely an investigation into organized crime in Naples.
The Camorra, as the Neapolitan mob is called, is an international
player, an unregulated transnational corporation with particularly bad
manners, an octopus whose tentacles reach into the streets and shopping
malls of America. Corruption rings the world's institutions like a
scrim of toxic smog, wrapping...