YVES LAVIGNE is the author of four bestselling true-crime books, including Hells Angels: Taking Care of Business and Death Dealers. An international expert on motorcycle and other criminal gangs, and a former veteran reporter for The Globe and Mail, Yves Lavigne lives in Toronto.
First of all, if you haven't read Sonny Barger's book, don't read this one until you do. Tait was a traitor and a phony. He proved this by becoming a dirty informant. Read morePublished on May 31 2002
This book was excellent, it painted a really good picture of how the Hell's Angels are vulnerable from within. Read morePublished on May 15 2002
I have never taken so long to read a book in my life! Boring, boring, boring! Even if you skip the many pages of legal mumbo jumbo, you still have to read Tony Tait's constant... Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2001 by NISE
I've read hundreds of true crime books, and this is the worst. The author has an annoying prejudice against the HA and it shows (I thought the writer was supposed to be impartial)Published on Dec 13 2000
Never in the history of Bikers has there been written such worthless textual matter. Can not be followed from page to page and has no praisworthiness what so ever. Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2000 by Charles Bishop