Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road

Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road

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Overview

Bonnie and Clyde. Saving democracy, one bank robbery at a time.

As the country limps out of the Great Depression, America needs new heroes.

Like Bonnie and Clyde.

Turns out, they never died that fateful day in 1934. The photos of their bloodied bullet-riddled corpses and the funerals were faked. Instead, the outlaw lovers were kidnapped by a secret organization defending American democracy and the working class from capitalist greed. Forced into a covert life, they are given a dangerous and desperate mission—stop a cabal of wealthy industrialists from assassinating President Roosevelt and sinking his progressive New Deal policies.

Can true love, a fast car and a Browning Automatic Rifle save America from itself?

Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road tells a fascinating “what-if” story of the return of two unlikely heroes thrust into a fight against inequality during America’s Great Depression—a historical thriller with surprising contemporary relevance.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997411331
Publisher: Pumpjack Press
Publication date: 04/17/2017
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Clark Hays was raised on a ranch in Montana and spent his formative years branding cows, riding horses, and writing. He is currently a senior writer and communications strategist for an international financial services company. His poetry, creative fiction, and nonfiction have appeared in many journals, magazines, and newspapers. Previously, he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for a short story appearing in Opium Magazine.

Kathleen McFall was born and raised in Washington, DC. During more than a decade working in journalism, she published hundreds of articles about natural resources, environmental issues, energy, and biomedical science. Previously, she was a director of communications and senior advisor at a major research university. Kathleen was awarded a fellowship for fiction writing from Oregon Literary Arts.

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