...pushes into darker areas of our community's psyche, writing about the political and social storms... of our past.. -- Gary Enns, professor of Creative Writing, Cerro Coso Community College
a real humdinger! -- Greg Goodsell, KERN 1410AM
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The book was fun to read. Since I'm from this small town I enjoyed trying to figure out who the real people were.Published 18 months ago by S. Briggs
As I was reading this riveting tale of what enfolded in the heart of my hometown, and the dust storm the city we had I soon was immersed in my own tragic events. Read morePublished 19 months ago by jen k. burlock
Oh yes a book of dastardly deeds by a crooked law enforcement and a tarnished D.A. who's constant use of narcotics and gay lifestyle kept him busy burying his darkside.Published 20 months ago by bill
Although I didn't grow up in Bakersfield during the time period that the "Lords of Bakersfield" took place, I had heard of the story and was fascinated by those events I... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tim Wheeler
This book was not what I expected at all. I didn't dislike it, but I didn't like it either. Indifference in effect.Published 22 months ago by Cynthia
I guess I was anticipating more details about what really went on at that time. I know it's written as fiction, but from reviews I read beforehand, I was expecting name changes,... Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by Paula K
This for me was a riveting read. I know the area and aware of the history behind the story. Although fiction, it could and may indeed have happend.Published on June 6, 2012 by Sean