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Mainly he hoped each night that most of Manhattan’s nocturnal mayhem was not worthy of his squad’s attention, just petty shit that could be kicked back to patrol.
-- Narrator (Chapter 1 paragraph 4)

Importance: As Billy heads out on patrol each night, he hopes like normal that most of the calls he has to deal with are simple and can be handled by regular officers. However, this does not remain the case for long. The stabbing at Penn Station of Jeffrey Bannion reawakens old wounds among members of the Wild Geese, all relating to Whites.

…they had all met their personal Whites…
-- Narrator (Chapter 1 paragraph 300)

Importance: The narrator explains that each of the members of the Wild Geese is haunted by a White –a criminal who escaped justice for one reason or another. In some cases, the criminals are killed by their lifestyles and crimes. In other cases, the WGs continue to plague the criminals, hounding them and...

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