The Midnight Club Themes

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Organized Crime

Organized crime is a problem in large cities throughout the world, including New York City, where this novel is set. Organized crime is crime that is run almost like a business and includes such things as gambling, selling drugs, and murder. Police departments all over the world have attempted to end these large crime organizations, but when the leader is taken down, another is ready to step up and take his place, making it difficult to stop these groups.

In this novel, one man brings together the heads of many organized crime groups, including leaders from many countries, including England and Japan. The idea is to create one large, international group that will run organized crime all around the world. This could create a syndicate so large that the governing body of this syndicate would run all the organized crime groups in the world. This would mean...

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