A biography so intimate it feels like an act of ventriloquism...Bonnie and Clyde takes off like a combustion engine, driving the narrative toward its gruesome climax. A cross between ballad and pulp fiction, the book is a close encounter with killers at play.”
—O, the Oprah Magazine
Paul is the author, most recently, of Bonnie and Clyde: the Lives Behind the Legend, (Henry Holt, 2009), which the LA Times called "extraordinarily immediate," and O, the Oprah Magazine said "a biography so real it feels like an act of ventriloquism." ...
Causes Paul Schneider Supports
The usual suspects for a writer from Massachusetts, living on Martha's Vineyard no less.