From a life in the Mafia to the memoir circuit? It appears that notorious mobster James “Whitey” Bulger may have written two memoirs—and they could be used against him in court. Investigators said they found two separate autobiographies written by Bulger while conducting searches at his former homes in Santa Monica, Calif., and South Boston, Mass., according to a report filed on Tuesday in federal court. A document titled “My Life in the Irish Mafia Wars” was seized in a Jan. 5, 1995, raid on Bulger’s South Boston home, and the FBI found a second document that “appears to be autobiographical” when they arrested Bulger and his girlfriend in June. While it’s unclear if Bulger himself actually wrote the documents, prosecutors still plan on using them in court.