Unrepentant by Peter Edwards
The Strange and (sometimes) Terrible Life of Lorne Campbell, Satan's Choice and Hells Angels Biker

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In this explicit first-hand account, a biker who spent 46 years as a member of the Hells Angels and Satan's Choice invites bestselling author Peter Edwards into the story of life lived as we've only imagined it.

A kid raised by his father's fists on the wrong side of a blue-collar town, Lorne Campbell grew up watching the local bikers ride past, making him wonder what that kind of freedom and power would feel like. He soon found out. At the age of seventeen, he became the youngest-ever member of the Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club and spent the next five decades living a life for which he does not ask forgiveness, only that his story finally be told, and that his family finally understand what drove him to live the way he did. With moments of terror and humour, great sadness and the simple pleasures of camaraderie and the open road, Unrepentant is a book like none other.

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About Peter Edwards

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Peter Edwards, a reporter for the Toronto Star, is the author of One Dead Indian and A Mother’s Story: The Fight to Free My Son David (with Joyce Milgaard), which was shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award.Michel Auger is a reporter with Le Journal de Montréal. In 2000, he was shot in the back, probably by bikers, and wrote about it in The Biker Who Shot Me: Recollections of a Crime Reporter.
Published April 30, 2013 by Random House Canada. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crime. Non-fiction

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