Go Down Together: The True, Untold Story of Bonnie and Clyde by Jeff Guinn - 480 pages
Everything seemed well-researched and vast amounts of details were provided. The book began with Bonnie and Clyde's early lives and the economic situation in their home state of Texas, which suffered a widespread crop failure before the Depression hit. In fact, this crop failure led directly led to Clyde's start in crime, as his family has many children and not enough money and they were living in a West Dallas slum after their farm failed. The bulk of the book chronicled the crimes Clyde pulled off before meeting Bonnie, Clyde's crimes before Bonnie was an active participant, and their combined crime spree. The conclusion focused on Bonnie and Clyde's impact, including how laws were changed, the creation if interstate police cooperation, and how pop culture has portrayed them.