From helicopters in Vietnam to Harleys on the homefront, "Saints & Sinners" is the amazing, riveting memoir of one man's survival as he battle the demons of war.
Four decades later Luke Gavin opens up about his hair-raising experiences. Haunted by vivid dreams of his Vietnam tour as a teenage paratrooper, he immersed himself in the wild lifestyle of an outlaw motorcycle club.
While others chased wealth by dealing drugs, Luke pursued his passion in life of beautiful women.
With his close friend Casey, a powerful Marine veteran, and an assortment of other young men at similar loose ends, the Pagan motorcycle club wreaked havoc on the streets of New Jersey.
Booze and drugs fueled the bonhomie of the Pagans but also took a heavy toll. "Death or jail" was one of their mottoes, and those were increasingly the fates of Luke's comrades. When the club wasn't battling other biker clubs, they often battled among themselves.
And while Luke struggled with his memories, his surprising survival continued to plague his mind. Meanwhile renegade chemists were busy cooking up ever more lethal and potent drugs, and a Pagan leader was making millions running an enormous drug operation that threatened the lives of thousands.
When Luke came to realize that he was the only one who could bring down the drug kingpin, he knew he faced one more life-or-death mission.