Exile On Front Street
People confuse the outlaw and the criminal. Some outlaws commit crimes, but the real outlaw isn’t a criminal by trade. He’s someone who refuses to live by society’s established norms of behavior. He has an internal code and answers only to his own sense of honor and right and wrong. The outlaw doesn’t conform; he rebels. He doesn’t accept; he questions. In the end, the outlaw might change and adapt, but he bends for no man and won’t let his life be defined by someone else. Jesse James was an outlaw but so was Albert Einstein. I’ve been many things—father, son, husband, leader, brother, and friend—but through it all, I was always an outlaw.
Marked by George Christie
America’s most notorious biker club, The Question Marks, is a close-knit crew that keeps their secrets close to the vest. In his action packed new novel, MARKED (DTLA Publishing; On-Sale September 4th , 2017), former leader George Christie takes readers behind the scenes into the dark underworld of the Question Marks . Christie was recently the subject of a six-part History Channel series, The Outlaw Chronicles. Due to its popularity in the US, The Outlaw Chronicles it will be airing in Canada, Europe, and the UK.
The outlaw bike movement was born on the heels of World War11 by returning veterans in Southern California. What started out as an esoteric subculture has grown into a worldwide phenomenon. Whether renegade free spirits, or as law enforcement describes, a well-oiled crime syndicate, they can no longer be ignored. If history has taught us anything, it’s that it repeats itself and with each wars end, a new batch of returning veterans must find themselves. This is one of those stories.