Praise for The Last Chicago Boss:
“As a veteran of the outlaw biker world, The Last Chicago Boss took me back. It’s purely authentic, hard-hitting, and a riveting read that I would recommend to anyone who wants to know more about this fascinating, uniquely American subculture. Great job, Pete.” —George Christie, author of Exile On Front Street
Praise for Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws:
“Absorb Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws as one part juicy scoop, one part machismo on parade, and Falco can take some sad and beautiful snapshots.” —The Boston Globe
"Falco rose to 'officer' status in three biker gangs, and his book – Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws: My Infiltration of America's Deadliest Biker Gangs – is the more polished, measured and authoritative of the two.” —Los Angeles Times comparing to George Rowe's Gods of Mischief
Praise for Prodigal Father, Pagan Son:
"A down-and-dirty memoir that should appeal to readers of such books as Sonny Barger's Hell's Angel (2001) and Hunter S. Thompson's classic Hell's Angels (1967)." —Kirkus Reviews
"One of the most extraordinary true-crime autobiographies." —The Sydney Morning Herald
Praise for Running with the Devil:
"Kerrie Droban is a brilliant and talented author and the book is a compelling masterpiece of contemporary nonfiction." —Burl Barer, Edward awarding winning author and host of Outlaw Radio.
Peter “BIG PETE” James was known as the "Godfather" of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club having formed and commanded a coalition of 38 motorcycle clubs and 8 Outlaw Motorcycle Club Chapters in the Chicagoland area in his twenty year career.