Barrow, Clyde

Barrow, Clyde

robbers, murderers; Barrow born in ?Houston, Texas; Parker born in Rowena, Texas. They met in 1930 and soon became America's most famous and romanticized outlaws. They killed at least 13 persons and escaped from several police ambushes before they were killed at a roadblock in Louisiana.
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Present at that auction was Marie Barrow, Clyde's sister and only surviving relative at that time.
Guinn is a skillful enough writer to turn a well-researched book of nonfiction--he makes good use of two unpublished manuscripts (one by Cumie Barrow, Clyde's mother, and one by Marie, his little sister)--into an adventure yarn." STEVE BENNETT
Interviews with Blanche Barrow, Clyde's sister-in-law, provide a fascinating account of the gang's last weeks.