Amphetamine King

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Author House, Mar 25, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 172 pages
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In his book, Gonzales provides snapshots of true-life accounts to eloquently describe the world in which he lived from the humble beginnings of his childhood, to his life as a Drug Kingpin, to his transformation in State Prison. He goes into detail of how he perfected the manufacturing and distribution of amphetamines during the mid to late 1980s. His escapades include run-ins with infamous drug lords and mad men of various underground organizations. And of course, he discusses the key people involved in helping him rise from a Latino Texan minion to a convicted Drug Kingpin.
 

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Contents

Chico Texas 1 2 0
10
The Sunflowers 3 4 0
30
Busted in Hill County Texas 4 6 8
48
The Kidnapping 7 8 6
76
Michael ToneyThe Lake Worth Texas Bombing 10 9 4
104
Life in the Fast Lane 11 11 9
119
Take the Fifty Years or Else 13 13 8
138
The Rebel Returns
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One of twelve children, Alexander Gonzales grew up in Fort Worth, Texas excelling in sports and attending church with his mother and eleven siblings. Having once dreamt of playing for the Dallas Cowboys, a series of bad choices and encounters with the wrong people led him spiraling down a path he wouldn’t wish on any man. During the 1980’s, Alexander Gonzales was introduced to the dangerous underworld of narcotics as the now infamous “Felix the Cat.” After living much of his life on the extreme edge of drugs and related crimes, he inevitably was sent to prison. During his years of incarceration, Gonzales pondered the idea of writing his memoirs. With the encouragement of his fellow inmates he wrote his story “The Amphetamine King.” In 2010, nearly three decades after the start of his downfall, Alexander Gonzales was officially ordained a Minister. He currently aspires to educate today’s youth on the dangerous perils of crime and drugs.

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