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Dog Soldiers MC

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Dog Soldiers MC

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Dog Soldiers MC by Peyton Quinn
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Dog Soldiers is a full-throttle, wild screaming ride through a world that few outsiders have ever seen. It is the authentic, unforgettable story of a motorcycle club in the vast expanses of Colorado and New Mexico. Enter a world of crooked cops and honorable ones; a world of drug dealers and desert-living paranoid misanthropes; a world of ancient tribal magic; a world of betrayal and of ironclad loyalty and the truest form of love. In 1972 after two tours in the "Nam," hardened veteran Pete Savage returned to the "World." But he discovered that the world he left behind had changed forever.and so had he. He could no longer fit into a 9-to-5 life. Pete Savage, our misfit hero, started the Dog Soldiers Motorcycle Club in Colorado to create a refuge for himself and his "brothers." Now, almost 30 years later, Savage resigns as "Pres," satisfied just to be Road Captain. That's where the riding is, one of the main things Savage still lives for. The other is the alluring Sharon, the woman he can't keep his mind off of. Pete's secret liaison with Brown, the President of Denver's black club, the Wheels of Soul, had been forged in the early days to avoid violence between the two clubs. But it had grown into friendship and mutual trust. Now their trust would provide them with a potential ticket "out." More money than they could ever spend in their remaining years. All money ever meant to either of them was freedom, but both of them needed a hell of a lot of freedom, too. All the freedom they could steal.
Release date Australia
March 21st, 2006
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Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Outskirts Press
Pages
248
Dimensions
216x140x14
ISBN-13
9781598004182
Product ID
1931482

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