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The book that inspired a young William S. Burroughs. And for good reason! Jack takes us through the underground world of the 20's and 30's that is fairly undocumented. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maxwell
This is an exceptionally interesting and entertaining account of a by-gone era in America. Jack Black describes clearly what it was like to be a small-time career criminal in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by 50
A no apology book if a career criminal , you can see how this man aka jack black influenced a generation if writers.Published 2 months ago by voracious reader
Great book. Interesting look at a long gone period in american history.Published 3 months ago by greg baker
Burroughs mentions this as his favorite book so naturally I was curious. It is very interesting and the price was fair. It arrived quickly so I am very pleasedPublished 6 months ago by Susan G.
This is a very interesting, easy to read book. It gives insight into how the lower classes lived around 1900 America.Published 8 months ago by SandraJoan Johnson
This book provides a terrific insight into the hard-luck life of one individual in the early twentieth century. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gretchen Stringer-Robinson