Hall should be embarrassed to put his name on this book. A somewhat coherent, but tedious history of police operations against, and trials of, Hells Angels members in the mid-to-late 2000s.
The book is padded with excerpts of conversations between various HA members and assorted hangers-on. The excerpts provide no insight into what is actually taking place.
The rest of the book dwells on the charges against individuals, what the lawyers said and what the judges decided. Hardly the stuff of high drama.
The author provides little in the way of analysis or insight.
A waste of perfectly good paper.
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