Peter Edwards is the organized crime beat reporter for the Toronto Star. He is the author of fifteen non-fiction books, including The Bandido Massacre: A True Story of Bikers, Brotherhood and Betrayal; One Dead Indian: The Premier, the Police and the Ipperwash Crisis; A Mother's Story: The Fight to Free My Son David (with Joyce Milgaard); and Unrepentant: The Strange and (sometimes) Terrible Life of Lorne Campbell, Satan's Choice and Hells Angel Biker. He has also written a youth adult novel, The Biker's Brother. Edwards has been awarded an eagle feather from the Union of Ontario Indians and a gold medal from the Centre for Human Rights. Antonio Nicaso is a bestselling author of thirty books on organized crime, a regular consultant to governments and law-enforcement agencies, a keynote speaker at symposia around the world and a lecturer at several universities. He teaches courses on the history of organized crime at Queen's University in Kingston (Ontario) and at the Italian School of Middlebury College at Mills (California). In Italy, Nicaso has co-authored eleven bestselling books.