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Bonnie And Clyde: A Love Story
By Valerie Pryor
Feb 8, 2004 - 6:49:00 AM

Bonnie and
Clyde, synonymous with their era, captured the imagination of a nation. 

 

Clyde Barrow, charismatic, handsome and troubled.  Was a product of his time.  The Great Depression was in full swing when Clyde embarked upon a live a crime.  Like many people young Clyde’s family found themselves homeless and living in their car.  Frustrated and hungry Clyde wanted more than a life of drudgery, loving only two things:  robbing banks and Bonnie.


Bonnie Parker, beautiful, fun loving and eternally attracted to bad boys, was lucky to be working as a waitress.  Dreaming of a life in Hollywood.  Bonnie is frustrated by the lack of excitement in her life.  In a time when hopes and dreams were dieing Bonnie wanted to live life to the fullest.

 

Bonnie and Clyde, lived life on their terms.  Cutting a deadly swath through Texas, Missouri, Arkansas and New Mexico the two lovers were furious and devoted.  Loyal to the end they were willing to die for each other and in the pursuit of a better life together.

 

BONNIE AND CLYDE: A LOVE STORY is masterfully written in a style that will keep you on the edge of your seat.  A gritty tale of tragic love Bill Brooks captures you imagination and draws a picture of frustrated lives and eternal love. 



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