Gangsters and Goodfellas: Wiseguys . . . and Life on the Run
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Click here to see more Tap here to see more Tap here to see more. For over twenty years, Henry Hill lived the high life as a powerful member of the Lucchese crime family, a life immortalized in Martin Scorsese's classic film GoodFellas.
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After his arrest in , he disappeared into the Witness Protection Program. With this book, Henry comes clean about his last twenty years, filling in the gaps about his recent past as well as setting the record straight on his days as a wiseguy. Shipping Henry to Nebraska and giving him a new identity, the Feds bring his fast-paced life to a screeching halt. Instantly gone are the days of hand-tailored suits and million dollar heists.
To the prosecutors, he is a Federal Witness Henry Hill has become a thing of the past. Unfortunately for the U.
Marshals, the quiet, suburban life proves a bit too quiet for Henry, and it does not take him long to tire of life in the slow lane. With a knack for attracting seedy characters, Henry adds to his insane cast of associates wherever he travels. There's Jack, the crooked horse breeder and Fernando, the Peruvian drug dealer, not to mention the women who cross his path in every state.
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