THE GOLDEN BOY OF CRIME
Dubbed "the Jesse James of Canada," Norman "Red" Ryan was infamous in the 1920s and '30s until he was gunned down in an attempted robbery in Sarnia, Ontario. The author tells the incredible story of "Red" Ryan, a larger than life criminal whose fame and legend were much encouraged by the media with deadly results. Photos.
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