First Edition (2003) "When Money Grew on Trees: The True Tale of a Marijuana Moonshiner and the Outlaw Sheriff of Madison County, Arkansas" 470 pages;.Near mint condition, uncracked spine.
Author: David Mac
Publication Date: 2003
Subject: AR Folk History
Summary: A fascinating account for collectors and history buffs alike.--Imagine breaking the law without fear. Imagine piles of money that literally grew on trees. Those dreams became reality for David Mac after the young man from Michigan settled in Madison County. This is his tale about life in the Ozark Mountains and the corrupt sheriff who made it all possible. It's a story about drugs and arson, murder and suicide, friendship and betrayal. Most importantly this book reveals one of Arkansas' darkest secrets, and demystifies one of its greatest legends: Sheriff Ralph Baker, the man who befriended David Mac and taught him what it means to be an outlaw.
This is Mac's story of damnation and redemption. From the first seed he planted, to the devil's bargain he struck with the sheriff, this book explores their harrowing journey on the twisted outlaw trail. Along the way, the unlikely duo of lawman and criminal discover that greed ruins even the best-laid plans, and the Devil always gets his due. Although the hills and hollows echoed with whispers after the sheriff's alleged suicide, no one dared to reveal the hidden truth behind his double life. Until now.
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