Investigative reporter Jeff Burbank explores the Nevada Gaming Control system in these seven fascinating case studies involving murder, corruption, and shady pasts.Investigative reporter Jeff Burbank explores the Nevada Gaming Control system in these seven fascinating case studies involving murder, corruption, and shady pasts.Read Less
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
VERY GOOD. [CONDITION: Pages-Clean with no highlighting, underlining or notations found, corner bump last 15-pages; Binding-Tight; Soft Cover-Edge/corner wear. ] PHOTO: When displayed is actual book for sale. SHIPPING: Normally the same or next day, six days a week; Secure mailers used with USPS tracking number provided. Gaming in Nevada is more stringently controlled than anywhere else in the United States, and in License to Steal, investigative reporter and editor Jeff Burbank provides a lively and highly readable case history account of some of the most significant-and most fascinating-cases adjudicated by the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Commission during a pivotal time for the growing gaming industry.
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