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Legends Lost

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Legends Lost is a gift to readers who like historical fiction that captures the spirit of the Old West when honor trumped honesty and a man did the right thing without being told what the right thing was.

Outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid have turned a new leaf since their return from Bolivia. Their train robbing days are behind them. Life is settled and good. But when a journal surfaces that links railroad baron E. H. Harriman with the assassination of President Lincoln, all the power of the Union Pacific Railroad is turned with a vengeance on Butch and Sundance. The stakes are high. For Butch and Sundance their very lives are threatened. For the Union Pacific, corporate survival is on the line, and no measure is too extreme to retrieve the journal. The action moves across the country from 1911 New York City, to the mountain town of Crested Butte, Colorado, with colorful characters and danger at every stop along the way.

"What if Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid did NOT die in Bolivia, as suggested by the classic movie’s freeze-frame ending? Breakout author Charlie Mac explores that intriguing 'what if' in a well-woven tale about America’s transition from the days of the Wild West to a tamer, albeit less exciting, period. Grab the reins and hang on. Legends Lost is a great ride.”
—William B. Scott, coauthor of Space Wars: The First Six Hours of World War III and Counterspace: The Next Hours of World War III

“Complex and creative, Legends Lost represents a significant achievement for a first-time novelist.”
—Colorado Country Life Magazine

Adult fiction
320 pages
Hardcover
Trim: 6.0" by 9.0"
Publication date: 2012

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