RADIOACTIVE
Bonnie and Clyde #3
by
CLARK HAYS AND KATHLEEN McFALL
Genre: Historical / Alternative History / Romance 
Publisher:  Pumpjack Press on Facebook
Date of Publication: March 23, 2019
Number of Pages: 332Scroll down for the giveaway!

Bonnie and Clyde: Defending the working class from a river of greed.

It’s January 1945, the height of World War Two. As the bloody conflict drags on, America has undertaken a massive top-secret effort to unleash the power of the atom and develop the first nuclear bomb. A network of Nazi and Soviet spies is determined to steal the technology, or failing that, sabotage the project. 


But first, they have to get past Bonnie and Clyde.
In a heart-pounding adventure spanning the windswept landscapes of eastern Washington to an isolated internment camp in the California mountains, Bonnie and Clyde face deception at every turn.Can the former outlaws put aside their desire for revenge long enough to help end the war?

As in Resurrection Road and Dam Nation, the story cuts back and forth between 1984 where Royce, a washed-up investigative reporter, teams up with the now-elderly Bonnie Parker to hunt down the truth about their past, and the 1940s undercover exploits of the young Bonnie and Clyde.

And in Radioactive, Royce and Bonnie finally discover the devastating truth: Who Sal — the brains behind forcing Bonnie and Clyde into covert service defending the working class all those years ago — really was.

 

 There are many things in life that will make you question alternative possibilities in life. In “Bonnie and Clyde: Radioactive”, there are so many opportunities that make you think of these alternate endings and conspiracy theories. Or at least for me it did. Every page held the reader captive until the very end.
When I first started reading “Bonnie and Clyde: Radioactive”, I was hooked at the very first line because it held a suspicious mystery to it. What could they possibly be describing. Most importantly, WHY are they describing it. That’s the sort of feeling that stuck with me the entire time. Every chapter held more pieces and clues and it was a great joy to see it all play out together.
One aspect that is predominant in, “Bonnie and Clyde: Radioactive”, is how there is so much detail for everything. I adored this so much because it gives the reader clear, consise detail that plays like a movie within the readers mind. It also wasn’t an overbearing amount of detail that drowned out the storyline. No. It was done with class and executed with perfection.
Would I recommend this novel to other people? Well, since I firmly believe this novel deserves 5 star am then yes. I would definitely recommend that everyone go give this series a quick read! I say series instead of just this novel, because you won’t want to put them done once you start!

Clark and Kathleen wrote their first book together in 1999 as a test for marriage. They passed. 
Radioactive is their seventh co-authored book. 
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