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Chopper. 9, Some don't like it hot / Mark Brandon Read.

By: Read, Mark Brandon, 1954-2013.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : John Blake Publishing, 2009Description: 265 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781844548002 (pbk.); 1844548007 (pbk.).Other title: Chopper nine : some don't like it hot | Some don't like it hot.Subject(s): Read, Mark Brandon, 1954-2013 | Gangsters -- Australia -- Biography | Criminals -- Australia -- BiographyDDC classification: 364.1 REA Summary: In his ninth collection of outrageous exploits, Mark Brandon Read draws on three decades of real-life violence and gunplay with characteristic black humour in a series of jailhouse stories that will make you laugh and wince in equal measure.
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If you don't know Chopper by now then where on earth have you been hiding? Since the movie of his life and the eight bestselling books that followed, he's been shocking and amusing his fans in all corners of the globe. Now he's back, with another of his intriguing blends of fact and fiction--"Pulp Faction" as he calls it--in his ninth book. Based on his extensive experience in the underworld, these hilarious tales of violence allow Chopper to draw from some of the tales he's never before shared in a series of stories that'll make you laugh and wince in equal measure. A motley crew of characters lies in these pages ready to shock you with the kind of extreme and hysterical criminal antics that only Chopper has the nerve and verve to put down on paper. Guaranteed to storm the charts and upset the public at large all over again, this latest volume is a must-read for any self-respecting Chopper fan.

Originally published: 2008.

In his ninth collection of outrageous exploits, Mark Brandon Read draws on three decades of real-life violence and gunplay with characteristic black humour in a series of jailhouse stories that will make you laugh and wince in equal measure.

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