There are a couple of things that are immediately obvious about this book. The first is that the subtitle does not include the usually obligatory words “undercover,” “harrowing,” “journey,” “vendetta,” “gang,” “violent,” “true,” or “hero.” In fact, the book has no subtitle at all. So how good can it be?
Maybe if we cheese up the jacket copy just a little?
Here’s the blurb:
“Framed by the true story of the murder of Black Piston patch holder Zack Tipton in Jacksonville Beach, Florida in June, 2014 Twilight of the Outlaws rips open the veil that shrouds the world of outlaw motorcycle clubs, reveals the social and economic forces that are hastening their end and exposes the corrupt law enforcement agencies that will stop at nothing to destroy them. Author and motorcycle club expert Donald Charles Davis traces the history of this society of disenfranchised men, the code of ethics that binds them and the ever deepening intrigues that make them more fascinating now than ever before.”
Here’s the author blurb:
“Donald Charles Davis has written about motorcycle outlaws for the better part of a decade. His unprecedented access to sources in the motorcycle club world, his literate perspective and his incomparable investigative skills have earned him respect, and sometimes fear and loathing, among bikers, journalists, lawyers, academics and government authorities.”
You probably already know whether you want to read this or not.
If you want to read this you can buy a copy here.