Charming, CA (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
No, it’s not a real place. Sons of Anarchy isn’t a real motorcycle club whose members would rather “ride free or die” and finance their lifestyle by selling weapons to drug runners.
Or is it?
Johnny Walker spent years atop the FBI’s Most Wanted list, living exactly the life depicted on the highly rated FX television show. A prison escapee and kingpin drug trafficker, Walker assumed the alias “Cadillac Dave” in order to navigate between the federal authorities and his brutal world of deception, danger and death.
Like the Vietnam veterans who founded the Sons of Anarchy, young Johnny Walker passionately believed in true personal liberty. And like the fictional TV bikers, he took the philosophy “live free or die” to sometimes violent extremes.
But where the hit TV program juices the action and pumps up the melodrama for ratings, Walker’s real-life decisions meant life – or death – for himself and everyone around him.
Sons of Anarchy, FX’s highest-rated program ever, returns for its fifth season on Sept. 11. In the season opener, new club president Jax Teller must find a way to protect the club – and save his family – from federal racketeering charges and war with a dangerous new enemy.
Sons of Anarchy draws much of its viewer interest because it explores an ironic juxtaposition of family life vs. the seduction of money and power. It’s a great story, even if it’s just a TV show.
Johnny Walker’s true story, The Chronicles of Cadillac Dave, will take readers deeper into the Sons of Anarchy lifestyle than anyone could possibly imagine. And leave its readers wondering how anyone could survive to tell the tale.
The Chronicles of Cadillac Dave: True Confessions of a Drug Kingpin is a gripping four-volume account of one man’s life inside the chaotic world of a fugitive drug smuggler. Now through Sept. 11, everyone may download Volume 1: Rebel Child Running Wild, for free.
Simply visit http://www.cadillac-dave.com/soa to download Rebel Child Running Wild in Kindle or PDF format – at absolutely NO CHARGE.