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Hell's Angels Biker Wars: The Rock Machine Massacres

Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation, Book 8
Narrated by: Don Kline
Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
3 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

For eight years, two outlaw biker clubs fought to control street-level drug sales in Quebec, Canada. The notorious Hell's Angels went up against local drug dealers, the mafia, and a rival biker club, the Rock Machine. Bombings and bullets were no stranger in the streets, and many unfortunate bystanders got caught in the crossfire. When the smoke cleared and dozens of outlaws were arrested, over 150 people were dead. This true-crime book depicts the history of both clubs and the events known as the Quebec Bikers War.

©2016 RJ Parker Publishing (P)2016 RJ Parker Publishing

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Total Waste of Money!

This I poorly written and biased. Even that "documentary show" did a better job telling the story. Shame on these people for using the HA name on such trash. I hope you paid for the rights!

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what a bunch of BS

not at all connected to reality...writer wishes he could be hos topic.

these are not gangs..

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Basic information - OK for the price.

This covered some good background material, but don’t expect any particularly deep insights or behind the scene accounts. I found the grammar and vocabulary to be odd sometimes, like it had been translated from another language electronically. At times I suspected the narrator was electronically generated as well, particularly given the odd pacing and his regrettable mispronunciations of French Canadian names.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-24-18

shit

wasnt much pf a book just lots of little segments wish i dlhadnt bought it