Hell's Angels: Taking Care of Business

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Random House of Canada, Limited, Aug 1, 2000 - Motorcycle gangs - 304 pages
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Hell's Angels: Taking Care of Business is the ground-breaking book that launched Yves Lavigne's investigative series into the Hell's Angels. This book traces the growth of the Hell's Angels organization from the early, rowdy "club" to the insidious, far-reaching superstructure that now exists. Today's Angels still value the grinning death's head, but they keep it for funerals, runs, initiations, and laying heavies. Angels, like the undercover policemen who tail them, prefer street clothes to blend with their surroudings. In a world of drugs, prostitution and pornography, the shadow the Angels' wings falls on all of us. Hell's Angels: Taking care of Business is a fascinating and startling read.

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Review: Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead'

User Review  - Lolo - Goodreads

A very good look at the Hells Angels club (mostly the Canada charters). I've read a few books on the topic & this one has been very informative even if some bikers don't agree with everything. If you ... Read full review

Review: Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead'

User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

Hell's Angels: Three Can Keep a Secret If Two Are Dead by Yves Lavigne (Lyle Stuart 1987)(364). This is a combination expose and puff piece that fails to cover any new ground and fails to add anything new to the legacy of stories. My rating: 6/10, finished 7/14/14. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Yves Lavigne is the author of the national bestsellers Hells Angels, Into the Abyss, and Hells Angels at War. He is also the author of Death Dealers, an expose of how gang drug wars are changing the face of crime. He is an international expert on motorcycle and other illegal gangs, infiltrating their ranks on many fronts and receiving commendations from law enforcement agencies for his work. A veteran journalist who worked for the Globe and Mail for ten years, Yves Lavigne lives in Toronto.

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