Author(s): Duncan McNab
The Gripping Inside Story of Australia's Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. Australia has a unique place in the history of outlaw motorcycle gangs, boasting the highest per capita membership in the world, and a biker culture where bombings, drive-by shootings, arson, beatings and murder are regular occurrences. From the clubs' beginnings in the swinging '60s, their entry into the amphetamine market in the 1970s, through to the 1984 Milperra Massacre that made world headlines, to the Sydney airport brawl between the Hell's Angels and Comancheros and the brutal murder of Anthony Zervas, Outlaw Bikers in Australia tells how these 'one per cent deviants' grew to dominate the recreational drug market and became major players in the international outlaw biker scene. This is the dramatic story of the rise and rise of Australia's outlaw motorcycle clubs by Duncan McNab, a former New South Wales detective and commentator on outlaw bikers in Australia and overseas. He is the bestselling co-author of Dead Man Running, and the author of Killing Mr Rent-a-Kill, The Usual Suspects: The Life of Abe Saffron and The Dodger.
Duncan McNab is a former policeman and private investigator. He's worked as a journalist covering current affairs for both the ABC and the Nine Network.