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"Bloody, but Unbowed" is the further misadventures of Dorsey Glenn Miller, gifted underachiever, former boxer and jazz musician extraordinaire. He returns to Kansas City after ten years of bottom-feeding in Mexico to investigate the brutal murder of his old friend. Once again he finds himself in a world he doesn't understand, way over his head.
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Ronald Roberts grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He developed an intense interest in jazz at an early age and began his professional career as a musician at age 15. He graduated from Northeast High School in 1960 and Kansas City Junior College (History) in 1962. He attended the University of Missouri at Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Ron’s jazz career took him all over the country and spanned four decades. His writing began early in his music career. He wrote music reviews for the Kansas City Star, City Lights Magazine, Shelter Newspaper, and The Westport Trucker. Ron began writing fiction in the mid-eighties as his music career ebbed and left him more time. He has written four books, two fiction and two non-fiction. An Anarchist Lullaby is his first novel. Ron has completely retired from his music, but is very active in writing. He currently lives in Lenexa, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, with his family and cats.
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