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Over the last couple years, my readers and I were fortunate enough to have Country share some of his real life stories. He has written a trilogy of books that opens the eyes of citizens (non bikers) to an outlaw biker lifestyle.

Let’s face it . . . Sons of Anarchy isn’t true to life. I’m not saying bikers don’t sometime get in trouble, we know they do. But if we’re honest, so do preachers, bankers, Senators, and the lists go on. I figure it would take real life outlaw bikers 40 years to have enough real life stories to fill one season of Sons of Anarchy . . . maybe.

Country;s introduction to Volume 3 . . . Evolution Of An Outlaw Biker:

These stories are true the best I can remember or know about. Yet when I finish one, it always seems I had not expressed it well enough. I have reasoned that is because words can transport us mentally into a different time or place, let us taste the actual events but nothing can replace the reality of actually being there, not knowing what the next turn will reveal with real life people reacting to it and suffering the consequences, many times a life is involved.

The reader will come back to his/her safe place no matter what, but the character may have in actuality died. There is no way words can convey that completely. I have given it my best shot and I hope it is close enough that you find the books entertaining, informative and consider it worth the money you paid for it. Thank you.

Farmersville Parish P-Farm and the voyeur female guard:

The cops loaded us on a bus and next stop was Farmersville P-farm north of Monroe. We were put in a big dorm like building along with about 50 black dudes. There were a couple of altercations, nothing bad compared to what was to come where I was going. One of the men I was with was named Spot (RIP Spot). I knew him through Phillip and had stayed at his house a couple of times.

Another one was called Gus, the president of the Satan’s Tramps. He and I had a scuffle over a gal when I first came back from the west coast. He stuck a big pistol in my face and I took it and stuck it in his face. We didn’t have a problem at this time. As a matter of fact I helped him when I could.

I met a black guy named Shorty. He told me not to talk to anyone in prison about my case. He had and when he went to court 3 black inmates showed up in court to testify to things he had said. It is literally a dog eat dog world in prison. They will do anything to get their time cut. They will get you another 20 years to get a few days cut off their sentence.

The showers were open. There were three circles of shower heads with about twelve shower heads to a circle, so 36 men would be there showering at once when the outside workers came in.

One of the evening guards was a woman. She would come over and watch everybody shower to make sure no one was doing anything wrong. Yeah, right. Ha ha.

Go to this link to order Country's books.

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