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Dead Biker: Inside the Violent World of the Mexican Drug Cartels Paperback – Mar 27 2012


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About the Author

Jerry Langton is a journalist and the author of several books, including the national bestsellers Fallen Angel: The Unlikely Rise of Walter Stadnick in the Canadian Hells Angels and Biker: Inside the Nefarious World of an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang. Over the past two decades, Langton's work has appeared in the Toronto Star; the Globe & Mail; the National Post; Maclean's; The Daily News of New York City; the Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J.; American Banker and dozens of other publications.


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an entertaining read Aug. 18 2013
By Bordeaux Dogue - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are looking for something along the lines of Winslow's Power of the Dog, this is not it.

Gets significantly better at the last third, however.

Gives you a quick overview of how the Mexican drug cartels act and move the drugs into the States.

All in all, one reads this book like one watches an action moovie. Entertaining couple of hours, not badly written, but nothing to write home about.
thoroughly enjoyable fiction for those interested in bikers and/or mexican drug industry Dec 1 2013
By Trogdor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
If you watch the Sons of Anarchy or have a passing interest in 1%er biker clubs and modern Mexican drug cartels, you will probably enjoy this book. Aside from the interesting plot, it is well written, obviously professionally edited, and the audio book is well read.
Good read March 25 2013
By Greasy gorilla - Published on Amazon.com
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Book was real good type of book u can read and picture in it mind. If you like cartel books this one is different then the regular ones
Great service on delivery Dec 24 2012
By Sid Kali - Published on Amazon.com
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Book was hard to follow some places. As a book junkie I would rate it as a so-so read. It had some entertaining moments and like movies some dull ones. I would still recommend if you want a light read.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
very entertaining July 28 2012
By Victor Shurtz - Published on Amazon.com
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Ned just can't seem to stay out of trouble. Now he's running from the Son of Saten, the FBI and if he's not careful he'll be dead at the hands of the Mexicans. Athough he tries his best to stay under the wire, trouble dogs him like the mythical tickster Loki. Nobody trust the "Gringo" and its seems like everybody wants to kill him. But, Ned is saved again when a bumbling rogue cop tries to rip off the very cartel he's been sent to arrest.
This book will have you shacking your head in wonder as Ned excapes yet another folly in the life and times of Ned "Crash" Aiken.
this book is good entertainment


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