Bandit Invincible: Butch Cassidy : a Western Story

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Thorndike Press, 1999 - Fiction - 503 pages
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Robert Leroy Parker rode away from his father's farm and his mother's Mormon upbringing to find his own way in the world, and rode into the folklore of the frontier as the most dangerous and beloved outlaw of the Old West, Butch Cassidy. But how did the Mormon farmboy become casual in the face of death, emerging victorious from every encounter? Suzanne Lyon places a human being behind the legend, seeking out the man who is not known to have ever killed anyone, and yet who was believed to be the leader of the most violent and dating band in the history of frontier crime -- the notorious Wild Bunch.

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
26
Section 3
43
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About the author (1999)

Lyon was raised in the Midwest and moved to Colorado at age 17 to attend The Colorado College. She worked as a lawyer for the National Park Service before turning to writing.

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