The Keystone Kid
"He came all the way from Pennsylvania to be a cowboy, and stepped off the train in a a freshly bought Western outfit. It was no surprise that he became the butt of jokes in the local bar. What was surprising was that he made no attempt to fight back. He gained two things that day--his name, the "Keystone Kid," and his reputation as a coward. Once someone helped him learn the ropes, he took on the look and ways of a true cowhand. But there was still the cowardice. And when the time came to prove himself, the Kid had to stand alone."--Provided by publisher.
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