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Wayne D. Overholser recalls the last days of gunman and outlaw "Gunplay" Maxwell. Like a campfire folk tune his tale plays out sadly, his once-great prowess stripped to bumbling and drunkenness. Overholser uses the metaphor of a mangy old coyote driving home the uselessness of the last days of a man who reportedly was friends with Butch Cassidy and pulled off some impressive and daring robberies in his time. Terence Aselford performs with sly deftness, one can picture him winking as he relates the story of this Western legend in this quick and fun audiobook.

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Finding out what really happened to Gunplay Maxwell was not easy. He was a bank and train robber known for the skill with which he pulled off every job. Yet, when one of those explosions in a baggage car left him hard of hearing and nearly blind in one eye, there seemed to be no future for him. He was reduced to raiding backyard chicken coops to stay alive. But his last ride would make him a rich man and remain alive to tell about it.

©2000 Stephen Overholser. Published by arrangement with Golden West Literary Agency. (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC

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