Gangsters and Goodfellas: The Mob, Witness Protection, and Life on the Run [NOOK Book]

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After a quarter of a century of silence, Henry Hill can finally tell us the rest of the story. Gangsters and Goodfellas picks up where Wiseguy left off, taking readers on the crazy ride of Henry's life?hiding out in the Witness Protection Program, doing prison time for drug charges, testifying in high profile, heavily-guarded mafia trials, leaving his wife and children and eventually ending up in, yes, the entertainment business.
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Gangsters and Goodfellas: The Mob, Witness Protection, and Life on the Run

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Overview

After a quarter of a century of silence, Henry Hill can finally tell us the rest of the story. Gangsters and Goodfellas picks up where Wiseguy left off, taking readers on the crazy ride of Henry's life—hiding out in the Witness Protection Program, doing prison time for drug charges, testifying in high profile, heavily-guarded mafia trials, leaving his wife and children and eventually ending up in, yes, the entertainment business.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590772027
  • Publisher: M. Evans & Company
  • Publication date: 10/30/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 280
  • Sales rank: 161,447
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Henry Hill helped authorities bring convictions against over fifty major criminals, both in the US and abroad. While in Witness Protection Program, his life inspired the best-selling book Wiseguys and the hit film GoodFellas. He is the co-author of The Wiseguy Cookbook and A GoodFellas Guide to New York. He lives in the United States. Gus Russo is a freelance author and investigative reporter, who has contributed to numerous documentary films. He has written two previous books, Live by the Sword and The Outfit. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2005

    If you want to know the truth about Henry Hill

    And his life in the WPP then forget about this book and purchase the book his kids wrote: 'On The Run: A Mafia Childhood.' This book will makes gangsters and goodfellas look like a cinderella story. Henry's kids hold no punches back against their dad and give you the real Henry Hill, which is nothing more than a low class, white trash, drug addict drunk. When your own kids hate your guts there is something seriously wrong. I guess Henry was too ashamed to tell his readers how he used to have coke and orgy parties in front of is 8 and 6 year old children, or when he could no longer sniff heroin because he burnt out all the cells in his nose he resorted to shooting it up (something he denies doing in the book) or how he became a near homeless street junkie in Hollywood. Trust me, get the book the kids wrote. This book is good for nothing more than hearing Henry tell a few funny stories and filling in some information that was left out of wiseguy and goodfellas.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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