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The Bank RobberLcontents and weaves a tale of bad guys with conscience who follow the only path they see available Set the stage for a series of books that followed based on the main characterWilson Young this is a forgotten vest pocket gem worth the time to investigat.

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  • Robert

    Read ï The Bank Robber The Bank RobberI found this 1970 novel reprinted in my local library After Wilson's land is stolen by carpetbaggers he becomes a bank robber on horseback He's smart and uick but one his his gang is hotheaded and not too bright causing problems Wilson's weakness is his loyalty Eventually he gets distracted and the story takes a different direction Basic plotline it's all about what happens along the way and what goes through Wilson's mind Different style than today's novels


  • Daniel

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