LitRPG with Mafia/Milieu elements?

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  1. LWFlouisa

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    Anyone know if any good LitRPGs with organized crime/crime syndicate elements? I ended up writing one myself, and thought it be awfully lonely if others hadn't also wrote it.

    Even better, one with Baguetti Western, as suppose to Spaghetti Western.
     
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    Not exactly LitRPG (I'd call it soft LitRPG), but the Harpers series is what first came to mind.

    Harpers

    Although they were more of a "good" organization.
     
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    Will take a look, Merci Beaucoup. Many thanks.
     
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    The Feedback Loop, by Harmon Cooper, starts off that way. I've only read book one though, so I don't know if the rest continue the trend.
     
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