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BOOK REVIEW: Well-researched book targets Bonnie and Clyde myth

Published 03/27/2009, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The most famous outlaw couple in American history could have been "Eleanor and Clyde." That's not the way Hollywood tells it. But in reality, long before Clyde Barrow met Bonnie Parker, he had fallen in love with a Southern beauty named Eleanor whose initials were tattooed on his arm. This tidbit and others in the true story of Bonnie and Clyde are revealed in an exhaustively researched new book, "Go Down Together."

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