GoodFellas

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Bloomsbury, 2005 - Criminals - 248 pages
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GoodFellas is Henry Hill's story, telling in fascinating, brutal detail, the day-to-day life of a working mobster - violence, wild spending sprees, his wife, his mistress, his code of honour. Henry Hill knows where a lot of bodies are buried, and he turned into a Federal witness to save his own life. The mob is still hunting him for what he revealed: hundreds of crimes including arson, extortion, hijacking and the six-million dollar Lufthansa heist, the most successful cash robbery in US history which led to ten murders.

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Growing up in Brooklyn in the 1950s Henry Hill aspired "to be a gangsterto be a wise guy.'' This book chronicles Hill's criminal successes beginning with his being a gofer for neighborhood mobster to ... Read full review

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really good read couldnt put this book down!!

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Nicholas Pileggi is the author of several books on American gangsters including

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