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When three small-time country gangsters break jail, they return to the only way of life they know - small-town bank-robbing. And when the youngest of them falls in love with one of the older gangster's cousins it becomes a tale of love on the run with nowhere to hide and no hope of reprieve.
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"One of the great forgotten novels of the 1930s" Raymond ChandlerAbout the Author:
Edward Anderson, born in Texas in 1905, grew up in Oklahoma, pursued a writing career that ranged across journalism, pulp fiction and screenwriting. He rode the railways as a hobo during the Depression era and encapsulated his experiences in his classic first novel, Hungry Men (1935) and followed that with his masterpiece Thieves Like Us in 1937. He wrote briefly for Hollywood studios before resuming his career as a journalist in Texas and California. He died in 1969.
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