In the number one-selling crime autobiography, Stop the Ride, I Want to Get Off, Dave Courtney wrote about his life of crime and how he had decided to put that all behind him, moving into the world of the media. This proved harder than he thought, as he details in his long awaited latest book, The Ride's Back On. For Dave faces a fierce test as he is accused by a corrupt policeman of being a grass, and although the court case ends up with Dave going free (and the policeman in jail), nevertheless Dave's reputation needs defending.
He defends it here in the best possible way: telling the world about what really goes on, both in court (dressed as a jester, and punching out the corrupt officer, for starters) and out of it - gunfights in Tenerife, porn films in LA, taking his own movie, Hell To Pay, to the Cannes film festival, plus getting caught in gang warfare. With Dave at the wheel, the ride's guaranteed to be a wild one.