Bandit Invincible: Butch Cassidy : a Western Story
Robert Leroy Parker rode away from his father's farm and his mother's Mormon upbringing to find his own way in the world. That way eventually led him to adopt several aliases, the most famous of which was Butch Cassidy. What kind of man was the legendary Butch Cassidy? It is this that Suzanne Lyons imagines in her novel, exploring the depths of his character, the sympathy he showed, the friends he won, and the women who came to love him. Bandit Invincible places a human being behind the legend, revealing the man who rode into the folklore of the frontier as the most dangerous -- and beloved -- outlaw of the Old West.
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