Tale Out – Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis is received a 5 star review

Tale Out – Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis is received a 5 star review

Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis is received a 5 star review from the San Francisco Book Review and hit the #1 best selling slot on Amazon in the Biographies of Law Enforcement category. Gringo is Davis’s memoir of his time as a fugitive.

Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis is a number one best-selling book on Amazon, reaching the number one position in the Hot New Releases, Biographies of Law Enforcement category.

During his ten year prison sentence, Dan “Tito” Davis penned a 700-page manuscript, which chronicled his thirteen year period on the run from the United States federal government. While living in a halfway house in Wyoming, Davis met with writer Peter Conti and quickly tapped him to “write his story the right way.” For a year the two worked diligently to turn Davis’s raw material into an action-packed memoir, which includes Davis’s life before he went on the lam—how he was making $200,000 a week in college manufacturing White Crosses (speed) and distributing them across the country via the Bandidos motorcycle gang; when he was trafficking thousands of pounds of high grade pot through tunnels and on horse trailers; and how he was set up by his childhood friend.

“Tito has lived a fascinating life, one well worth reading about, and I was enthralled by every page. Tito’s ambition and know-how lead him far past his humble Midwestern beginnings, and his rise and fall made a tale well worth reading, one which I would recommend to anyone.” says Jo Niederhoff, San Francisco Book Review. The full review can be read HERE.

Seattle Book Review’s Meghna Hulsure said “This book is more engaging than many memoirs I have come across. It takes you inside the American drug circuit and you remain overwhelmed at the events that unfold. The book follows Dan through different geographies of Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mumbai giving glimpses into their cultures. His life is nothing short of an action-packed movie; there is everything from money, airplanes, women, to gambling, revenge, kidnapping, bureaucrats, and more.” Read the whole 4-and-a-half star review HERE.

From the Manhattan Book Review, “[t]he story of Tito’s life works best when he’s on the move, both because the peripheral details of his escape enliven the story and because it forces Tito to reflect on what he’s lost. Luckily, he never rests for long” said Owwn Hamill. “Relentless and riveting, neither Tito nor the book ever stop to catch their breath.” Read the full review HERE.

“I have worked with and/or written about mob bosses, rock stars, boxing champions, Hollywood big shots, Ivy League intellectuals, and Oscar-winning actors. I can honestly say that no one has lived a more fascinating life than Dan “Tito” Davis” says Peter Conti, co-author of Gringo.

Find more information about Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis at his website – https://gringobook.comReaders can purchase Gringo from Amazon here – http://amzn.to/2rd6OQA

Dan “Tito” Davis comes from a town in South Dakota so small that everyone knows their neighbor’s cat’s name. But once he got out, he made some noise. While at UNLV, he started manufacturing White Crosses, aka speed, and soon had the Bandidos motorcycle club distributing ten million pills a week. After serving a five year prison sentence, he got into the weed game, but soon after was set up on a phony charge by his childhood friend. Facing thirty years, Davis slipped into Mexico, not knowing a word of Spanish. He became Tito and began a thirteen-year odyssey that led him to an underground hideout for a Medellin cartel in Colombia; through the jungles of the Darien Gap, the world’s most dangerous passageway; being interrogated in Cuba, and much more. Tito just finished up a ten-year prison sentence.

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