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Old gunslingers never die; they just become biopic subjects and legends. Almost from the first day of the 1908 news reports, informed readers doubted that Butch Cassidy had really died in a gun battle with Bolivian soldiers. Skeptics thought that the outlaw birth-named Robert Leroy Parker had just outwitted and outshot too many lawmen to fall prey to a few army newbies. In this engaging fiction about Butch's post-South American adventures, western tale-spinner William W. Johnstone gives Cassidy the afterlife for which we always hoped. Editor's recommendation.