Fugitives; The Story of Clyde Barrow & Bonnie Parker

Fugitives The Story of Clyde Barrow Bonnie Parker Originally published in and rushed to press only three months after Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met their bloody end Fugitives The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker offers a behind the

  • Title: Fugitives; The Story of Clyde Barrow & Bonnie Parker
  • Author: Emma Parker Nell Barrow Cowan Jan I. Fortune
  • ISBN: 9780977161058
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Originally published in 1934 and rushed to press only three months after Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met their bloody end, Fugitives The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, offers a behind the scenes glimpse into the lives of two of America s most infamous criminals The story is told by their family members who often met them in secret locations and dreaded the nOriginally published in 1934 and rushed to press only three months after Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met their bloody end, Fugitives The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, offers a behind the scenes glimpse into the lives of two of America s most infamous criminals The story is told by their family members who often met them in secret locations and dreaded the news of their deaths daily While some researchers question many of the facts in the original book, it does contain letters, diary entries and that that will help the reader draw their own conclusions about this deadly duo.

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    1. Clyde Barrow's sister and Bonnie Parker's mother tell the true story of their rise and fall. Although this book hit the shelves mere months after Bonnie and Clyde met their end, it is a well edited and well-balanced look at the life the pair led together as they robbed and shot their way through Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana during the Great Depression. They do not sugarcoat, they do not justify, they do not apologize. They tell the story as they lived it and as they heard i [...]

    2. Good book. Interesting to get the family perspective around some of the events. Understand and appreciate that some of the family will want to protect Bonnie and Clyde, however, found the book to be open and honest. Was a good read.

    3. Probably one of the most telling books on the life of Bonnie and Clyde. Although, you cannot trust this book to be unbiased and completely truthful, because it was written by Bonnie's mother (with the help of an editor) to make Bonnie not look as bad. However, this book is the authoritative source on Bonnie and Clyde's early lives. A must read for anyone interested in the notorious Barrow Gang.

    4. My favorite Clyde and Bonnie bookAll of the real Clyde and Bonnie books I've read (knight, phillips, Davis) led me to believe I was gonna believe this one was a bunch of hooey, but I loved it. Yes some of the dialogue seemed contrived, but there were personal insights that the other books were lacking and you leave it with a really strong sense of them as people.

    5. This book was written 3 months after their deaths by family members. It gave a good insight to what the family was thinking and feeling.

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