Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America's Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang

Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America's Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang

by William Queen
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Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America's Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 204 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My wife and I ordered this book for the one who wasn't driving to read on a road trip. She couldn't put it down and finished it in two days. After she was done, I picked it up and saw why. No wonder they are making it into a movie-the author fights several battles simultaneously. First, the obvious covert battle on the outlaw motorcycle gang he has infiltrated. Second, the battle within himself over his loyalties to the ATF versus the loyalty to the brotherhood that has embraced him and shown him in his undercover alter ego more love and respect than anyone else. The brotherly bond with members of the Mongols MC is more love and respect than several that prejudge him on his gruf biker appearance-the citizens on the street and parents at his children's school and in one case a few dirty cops that try to run him off the road. This is not to mention his own agency, who would be quick to label him a rougue agent if the operation goes bad. A definite must read for anyone that has put themselves on the line for the good of American society or admires those that do.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is by far a very well written book.. very hard to put down.. what the undercover agent had to sacrifice, his life, to bring down these guys his life will probably never be the same .... Bn
ALonngood More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this story. I knew it was difficult to get into a motorcycle gang, but I had no idea to what extreme. Great work William Queen!!!I finished reading the book in 2 days!! It definitly is a page turner and I totally recommend it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An amazing read about not only undercover police work but an extremely dangerous operation. It covers becoming a member of the Mongols, their dangerous illegal activities and how Agent Queen became isolated and lost touch with his family. He also deals with narrow escapes from being discovered. A great true story for anyone interested in outlaw motorcycle gangs and/or undercover operations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book im looking for more books like this one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love true life stories. This man is mazing giving up his family/ life and risking it all. Enjoyed the book read it in a few days
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So awesome i cant even describe it with words.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books i have ever read. This undercover cop shows what real courage is all about. A real hero. God bless!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Faat moving thriller.
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This is a great book and a must read. I recommend this to all
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This book tells a very harrowing tale about an undercover agent who infiltrates a ruthless motorcycle gang in los angeles . His real name is Willliam Queen but he goes by the name "Billy St. John" when he is undercover with the gang. He spends 28 months as aMongol and throughout the bhook you learn the harsh reality of what it is actually like to be in a motorcycle gang. The major themes and messages of this book were to let the reader understand how much William Queen actually had to go through to make sure that he could get in with the Mongols, and once he was, he had to keep their trust and stay in the gang for over 2 years. I like almost everything that there is to like about this book. I liked how in depth he went into explaining the difficulties of earning respect from fellow gang members. I liked how well he explained different members of the gang so you could try and get to know them almost as well as he did. I liked the intensity at which he explained all of the tough situations he was in, that made me want to keep reading for hours on end. He also did a great job of showing the actual life of the Mongols, not just the gang, but also individual people. He showed that even though some of the guys did bad things, underneath they were good guys. He made a lot of good friends and had never trusted a group of people more than he didhis Mongol "brothers", even though he was not truly a member. There is not much i can say that i did not like about this book, but, if if i had to choose one thing, i would say that sometimes the situations he was in were at times a little confusing to me because i am not fully aware of the biker lifestyle or with motorcycles in general. I think anybody that should get their hands on this book should read it because it is a top shelf adventure novel that will keep you on edge the entire 300 pages. 
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Excellent read about an ATF agent going deep undercover in a bike gang.
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Great read. Fast moving.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having only heard about or read accounts of such gangs, this was a real eye-opener. On one hand you have the partying, drugs, and drinking to excess where you would think organizing a trip to the local wal-mart would be impossible but then you realize the sophiatication of the hiearchy, the traditions, the scope of the transactions, and the mere web-like organization. I can't begin to imagine the sacarifices of Agent Queen; I sincerely hope he, his kids and his ex-wife have come to peace. They all paid their (waaaay to much) dues on the Mongol assignment.