The Hell’s Angels. The name alone conjures up images of terrorizing thugs on Harley’s with lives full of violence, drugs, sex and cruelty. Is most of it myth or reality? Written by a former vice president of the Oakland Chapter, George Wethern was the quintessential Angel, until one day he found himself strung out, arrested and in reluctant service to the courts. Forced to testify against several other Angels, he then went into hiding for fear of his life. This book outlines killings, million dollar drug deals, orgies and the inner workings of the club by a man who knew the deepest inner secrets of the Hell’s Angels. Powerful, interesting and not for the squeamish. By George Wethern & Vincent Colnett. Softbound, 5.5"×8.25", 288 pp., no illus.