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The Price of Experience: Power, Money, Image, and Murder in Los Angeles #2020

The Price of Experience Power Money Image and Murder in Los Angeles A founder of the exclusive Billionaire Boys Club Joe Hunt controlled million in assets as well as the club s members whose devotion was no less than cultish But when the deals began to sour Hun

  • Title: The Price of Experience: Power, Money, Image, and Murder in Los Angeles
  • Author: Randall Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9780871135124
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Price of Experience: Power, Money, Image, and Murder in Los Angeles By Randall Sullivan, A founder of the exclusive Billionaire Boys Club, Joe Hunt controlled 100 million in assets, as well as the club s members whose devotion was no less than cultish But when the deals began to sour, Hunt s extreme reactions led to kidnapping and murder A story of greed and moral nihilism that perfectly illuminates the 1980s.

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      Published :2019-09-06T00:22:32+00:00

    1 thought on “The Price of Experience: Power, Money, Image, and Murder in Los Angeles

    1. A fascinating look into a less known chapter in LA history Was a highly entertaining read could have been a bit shorter

    2. Joe Hunt is a modern day Svengali Gotta give the guy credit for being a world class manipulator and a genius While reading the book it was easy to see things objectively and wonder why so many are so gullible, but then again, I can almost feel the spell he casts through the pages Very well researched and well written I hope Sullivan has other books I d be interested in.

    3. For a story about fast living and murder, it was kinda boring I think Sullivan spent far, far too long describing the ways in which Hunt swindled money to keep the BBC afloat I would not recommend this book.

    4. Good book.Excessively detailed story.The way Randall Sullivan portrays the tale you need a scorecard to keep all the characters straight.

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