Durango Street

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Dutton, Jun 1, 1965 - Juvenile Fiction - 190 pages
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When Rufus Henry gets out of work camp for Grand Theft Auto, he has only one place to go -- back to Durango Street. Almost right away, he gets on the wrong side of the Gassers, has to join the rival Moors -- and starts running for his life. Years ahead of its time, Durango Street, like The Outsiders, shows that gang violence is, sadly, nothing new -- and nothing glamorous.

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User Review  - Dijonn Salgado - Goodreads

Durango Street by Frank Bonham opened my mind to the seriousness of gangs and the positive choices in life to make. A quote from the book that caught my attention was "A kid joins a gang because he's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Randolph Camp - Goodreads

Our class read this book way back when I was in the 7th grade many moons ago. This book taught me about a whole new world. I grew up in rural Spotsylvania County, Virginia and the urban and gang ... Read full review

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In a career that spanned five decades, Frank Bonham was an instant success in the publishing world. He achieved critical acclaim as a writer of Western fiction as well as making significant contributions in young adult and mystery fiction.

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