Bonnie : a novel / Christina Schwarz
Book | Atria Books | 2020 | First Atria Books hardcover edition.
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Edition
First Atria Books hardcover edition.
Description
337 pages ; 24 cm
Summary
Born in a small town in the desolate reaches of western Texas and shaped by her girlhood in an industrial wasteland on the outskirts of Dallas, Bonnie Parker was a natural performer and a star student. She dreamed of being a movie star or a singer or a poet. But her dramatic nature, contorted by her limited opportunities and her overwhelming love for Clyde Barrow, pushed her into a course from which there was no escape but death. Infusing the psychological acuity of literary fiction with the relentless pacing of a thriller, the novel follows Bonnie from her bright, promising youth to her final month of shoot-outs, kidnappings, and desperate car chases through America's hinterland in the grip of the Great Depression, as the noose of the law tightened around her.
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9781476745459 (hardcover)
1476745455 (hardcover)
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