Little Boy Blue: 2

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Viking Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Young Alex Hammond, by nature rebellious and independent, begins a collision course with the law when he is placed into a series of foster homes and institutions after his parents separate

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Brutal, sad, coming of age story. Super powerful account of a growing outlaw identity, and how the system of punishment led this guy to become what he did, or at least get on the path. You can see how ... Read full review

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I could read Edward Bunkers crime stories endlessly. Read full review


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Edward Bunker was a habitual criminal in his youth, who turned his life around by writing about his experiences. His acclaimed work includes the crime novels "Animal Factory,"" Dog Eat Dog," "Little Boy Blue" and the memoir, "Education of a Felon," He died in July 2005.

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