Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead'

Hell s Angels Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead This book documents the gang s bumpy ride from its origins as a Stateside club for World War II fighter pilots to its freewheeling terror tactics of the early sixties to its absurd flirtation with t

  • Title: Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead'
  • Author: Yves Lavigne
  • ISBN: 9780818405143
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book documents the gang s bumpy ride from its origins as a Stateside club for World War II fighter pilots, to its freewheeling terror tactics of the early sixties, to its absurd flirtation with the hippie scene, to its ultimate search for a legitimate role in the contemporary world of organized crime.

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    1. There are some things that I know to be inaccurate in this, and you also only get one side of the story. Another problem is Lavignes writing style reminds me of, like if you have ever met a person thats trying a little too hard to sound streetwise or hip but they come off really corny. Well thats Lavigne.What you get is a true crime version of a history of the Hells Angels up until the mid 80s, along with chapters with some history on The Outlaws MC, The Bandidos MC and The Pagans MC. The last t [...]

    2. Usually I enjoy the subject matter but the author tried too hard to be cool and came across as a misogynistic jerk. I only finished because I had to read the next outrageous remark.

    3. A very good look at the Hells Angels club (mostly the Canada charters). I've read a few books on the topic & this one has been very informative even if some bikers don't agree with everything. If you're interested in the topic like me, than I would recommend it. It has some great pics too, a few are a little gory but I don't mind.

    4. Pretty good book. The writing style goes well with the subject. The book is a little older, so the incidents detailed are a bit historical. I liked Julian Sher's book "Angels of Death" because the incidents and facts were in-depth compared to this telling which covers a lot of material, without diving to far into the details of each act.

    5. i will say i never actually finished this onei got to the 1980's and just said to myself enough is enough. these guys are bad and badass. point made. interesting book, for sure, i think i just ran out of steam.

    6. Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Deadby Yves Lavigne (Lyle Stuart 1987)(364). This is a combination expose and puff piece that fails to cover any new ground and fails to add anything new to the legacy of stories. My rating: 6/10, finished 7/14/14.

    7. Yeah not sure really. It reads well, easy read and well written. But I am always in some doubt as to the actual facts behind books about organisations and clubs of this nature.That said. Yves Lavigne has written a few on the subject and he is damn good referee.

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