Books by Peter O. Whitmer

Released: April 8, 1993

"His book reads so fluently it almost compensates for Thompson's lousy recent work. (Eight pages of b&w photographs)"
The third in a recent spate of unauthorized biographies of outlaw journalist Hunter Thompson, this is hands-down the best— most balanced in its assessment of both the writer and his era, and better written and more deeply researched than either Paul Perry's Fear and Loathing or Jean E. Carroll's Hunter (both 1992). Read full book review >