Under and Alone
I am not an avid reader (1 book every couple of months usually), but I picked up a book yesterday at B&N because I hadn't read anything in about a month.
I got this new book Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America's Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang, and I read the entire thing in one day.
Basic synopsis is that an ATF agent goes under cover and ends up becomng a full fledge member of the Mongols MC, which is one of the most notorious MC out there. He even becomes the vice president of his chapter.
I highly suggest it if you are looking for an easy read with a little excitment mixed in. It is about 300 pages, but those 300 pages fly by.
I read that book, too. I liked it alot. If only we could get the ATF to focus on criminals instead of law abiding gun owners... or better yet, get them to focus on their true nature, TAX!
for what it's worth, it was a good book, and the agent was indeed a brave man who deserves respect.
I forgot all about that book. I was looking through that book a couple months ago and thought it looked real interesting.
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