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Gangster Women: And the Criminals They Loved

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  • Title: Gangster Women: And the Criminals They Loved
  • Author: Susan McNicoll
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  • Page: 221
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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One Comment to Gangster Women: And the Criminals They Loved

  1. Susan McNicoll Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Gangster Women: And the Criminals They Loved book, this is one of the most wanted Susan McNicoll author readers around the world.

  2. I couldn t put this book down but I have always loved reading about the 1930 s gangsters The first few chapters was about the girls of the Dillinger gang and though I learned a lot I really don t understand why they were given attention Three of the girls were actually grouped together because they were left behind and then arrested together Bonnie and Clyde and the Mob girl chapters felt rushed compared to the other chapters The author failed to mention that Bonnie never got her wish to be bur [...]



  3. Gangster Women by Susan McNicoll offers a basic introduction to the gangster women or molls presented in the book A brief overview of a handful of women, most of them noteworthy simply for the company they kept Company like John Dillanger, Baby Face Nelson, and Alvin Creepy Karpis all men who were at or near the top of the public enemy list at one time or another Most of the short chapters in this book have the feel of extended articles Nothing particularly groundbreaking It makes for an interes [...]