Here we are days from Christmas (and hours until I am on a plane back home for the holidays!) and I'm going to review a dark non-fiction book!
This is Jay Dobyns story of infiltrating The Hells Angels on behalf of the ATF. He talks about the struggle of balancing his job family and his real family. Of wanting to gather more evidence, bring more people down. Of the awe of meeting and hanging out with some key Hells Angels leaders. About the comradery that is found within the organization as well as the crime, violence, drug use and level of despair.
This story was interesting. From how he went about the operation, how things fell into place, how he avoided drugs and performing violent crimes. How he tried to stay ahead of the "game" and not consumed by it. I enjoyed the book - but it is filled with a lot of words I skimmed ;-)