A Goodfella's Guide to New York by Henry Hill
Your Personal Tour Through the Mob's Notorious Haunts, Hair-Raising Crime Scenes , and Infamous Hot Spots

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The Goodfella's Guide to New York is a truly facinating guide to New York's notorious mob haunts. It is unlike any other guide book, and it also gives an excellent real life New Yorkers view of restaurants, bars and tourist attractions to visit.

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Henry Hill began working for the Lucchese crime family in the East New York section of Brooklyn at the age of eleven. Fully indoctrinated into all aspects of gangster life, Henry was involved in virtually every type of racket and criminal activity that the family ran. To avoid prison, he disappeared into the Federal Witness Protection Program, which relocated him and his family in various out-of-the-way places numerous times over the ensuing years.
Published April 19, 2010 by Crown. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction

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