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No Beast So Fierce
No Beast So Fierce
No Beast So Fierce
Audiobook9 hours

No Beast So Fierce

Written by Edward Bunker

Narrated by Ray Chase

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

The basis for the film Straight Time, this compelling novel, first published in 1973 and written by a man who had spent most of his life in prison, is the story of an ex-con#8217;s attempt to negotiate the straight world-and his swan dive back into the paradoxical security of crime.
Release dateAug 28, 2012

Edward Bunker

Edward Bunker (1933–2005) spent many years in prison before he found success as a novelist. Born in Los Angeles, he accumulated enough terms in juvenile hall that he was finally jailed, becoming at seventeen the youngest-ever inmate at San Quentin State Prison. He began writing during that period, inspired by his proximity to the famous death-row inmate and author Caryl Chessman. Incarcerated off and on throughout the next two decades, Bunker was still in jail when his first book, No Beast So Fierce, was published in 1973. Paroled eighteen months later, he gave up crime permanently, and spent the rest of his life writing novels, many of which drew on his experiences in prison. Also an actor, his most well-known role was Mr. Blue, one of the bank robbers in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. Bunker died in 2005.

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