George was one too, but chose to look the other way when things got too hot to handle.
This book is essentially George Wethern's autobiography from his days as vice-president of the Oakland, California Hell's Angels.
The authors Integrity is very important when selecting a book and this author, by his own admission, has none.
After wading through several supposed accounts/documentaries about the club, I believe this books paints the most accurate picture of the clubs personnel and events. Kudos to Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by harleyguy
The book is a good read but it was more family derails then a book about the club in general. It ws not what I expected.Published 8 months ago by Sean Murphy
Take a terrifying ride in the life and struggle of Hells Angels. You will be looking for the seatbelt and keeping your back to the wall right to the end. Wow! what an ending!Published 8 months ago by Brenda Sandford
Have known many club members in my 60years. As close to the life as can be. repaired lots of Pans and shovels
for brothers, well worth my time to help a brother .
It was a good read witch followed along well. Would recommend it if you are after an insight into the world of the Hells Angels.Published 9 months ago by Stephen Taylor
WAS AS ADVERTISED, I WOULD BUT FROM THIS SELLER AGAIN!Published 9 months ago by Brian Scott Reklaitis
An interesting read if you're curious about the Red and White. Decently written, can get a little long at times though.Published 11 months ago by Matt