If you’ve kept up with the headlines about Cohen over the years, you know the ending of Kolhatkar’s tale in advance: The government never brings a case against him. That reality, to some degree, gets in the way of an otherwise good story — and in the end makes it not nearly as satisfying as “Den of Thieves.” Cohen is never proved guilty of breaking the law, despite a litany of circumstantial evidence presented by prosecutors and the author. The reader is left asking: Why not?
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