This autobiography from the world’s most famous bounty hunter reads like the biblical Job story-his God-fearing life is full of inspirational highs and crack-smoking, felonious lows, and it proves a remarkable tale of turning a criminal path into a prosperous one. The book’s thrust is his hunt for the Mussel Shoals-residing, Max Factor-heir rapist Andrew Luster, whom Chapman finally tracks down in Puerto Vallarta in the case that made the “Dog” a household name. It’s a simply written page-turner and provides an intriguing peek at what bounty hunting is all about.
Duane “Dog” Chapman’s You Can Run But You Can’t Hide
Thursday, October 4, 2007
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