Dog Eat Dog by Edward Bunker

Dog Eat Dog

Edward Bunker

Not for the fainthearted and certainly not a book to read if you're planning a trip to Los Angeles. Eddie Bunker discovered literature while serving four years in San Quentin prison, and the language and story line reflect his knowledge of a life of crime. Gripping stuff!

Extract

'You're my pardnuh' Troy said, and disliked the lie. In truth he was nervous around Mad Dog. Too volatile, too unpredictable. Yet there was an intoxicating power in knowing he could say 'kill so and so' and it would be done. How could he know that murder would become a habit with Mad Dog.

Parallels
  • Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino
  • Anything by James Ellroy
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Violence
Explicit sexual content