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Blanche Caldwell Barrow was the wife of Marvin "Buck" Barrow and the sister-in-law of Clyde Barrow. Buck and Blanche were part of the Barrow Gang from late March 1933 until their capture on July 24, 1933.
John Neal Phillips is a writer-photographer living in Dallas, Texas.
Fact always rings stranger than fiction, and the 2004 book "My Life with Bonnie and Clyde" is a fascinating first-hand account of one of the most chaotic crime sprees in... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chris Wilson
I grew up on the movie with Warren Beatty, it was one of my favorites. I loved reading it from the perspective of Blanche. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Coffee Mom
VERY INTERESTING THOSE DAYS IN THE 1930s AMERICA
THE BOOK WAS A GREAT READ
BLANCHE GOT CAUGHT UP IN IT AND MADE IT THROUGH
I liked the contrast between Blanche's diary notes and other historical facts about Bonnie and Clyde. Excellent read, highly recommend.Published 1 month ago by charles steven reese
You absolutely have to consider the source in this book. Blanch Barrows makes herself (and often her husband Buck) to be complete innocents. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sara
Thought it was well handled and that it showed the true life of Blance Borrow... One of the best I've read!Published 2 months ago by Maverick6779