Caesar's back ... and this time Death rides with him.
It's 2015. Legendary enforcer Caesar Campbell has been shot again. As the original Bandido wavers between life and death, he uses what may be his last gasps to reflect on four extraordinary decades in the Australian Badlands ...
The Outlaw and the Hitman is a brutal yet compelling descent into the maelstrom of bikie culture, bare-knuckle fight clubs and underworld violence. With savage honesty and high-octane humour, Caesar takes us deep into a world brimming with gangsters, strippers and bikers, dispensing a unique brand of wisdom along the way and introducing us to the deadliest assassin in the land, The Widowmaker.
It's another wild ride on the dark side from the bestselling author of the classics Enforcer and Wrecking Crew.
About the Author
Caesar Campbell (b: 18 July 1946) is one of 13 kids. A champion bareknuckle fighter, Caesar won 800+ underground bouts. Later, with brothers Wheels, Bull, Shadow, Snake, Wack and Chop, he joined the Sydney Gladiators motorcycle club in 1969 then became a Comancheros member in the late-70s, ultimately founding the local Bandidos chapter as sergeant-at-arms in 1983. Shot six times at the Milperra Massacre in 1984, he is now retired to the Snowy Mountains - not to tend his secret graveyard as rumoured - but to grow old alongside his wife Donna and grandkids.
Caesar has 15 bullet and shotgun pellets floating around his body and three books to his name: Enforcer (2010), Wrecking Crew (2011) and The Outlaw and the Hitman (2016).