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Wiseguy is narrated, in some cases, in the third person by author and crime reporter, Nicholas Pileggi. At other times, the narrative voice shifts to the first person, and readers hear from New York mobster Henry Hill, his wife Karen Hill, and occasionally acquaintances and law enforcement personnel.
Wiseguy is written in the past tense.
Wiseguy is the term New York mobster Henry Hill and his criminal associates use to refer to each other.
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