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Red Lands Outlaw, the Ballad of Henry Starr by Phil Truman
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Aug 19, 12

it was amazing
Recommended to Ted by: Phil Truman
Read from August 15 to 19, 2012, read count: 1

What a fun read. The story of a "kind" outlaw. His "gang" of not so good bandits to his jailtime and failed marriages to his death doing the only thing he knew. There are ironic twists like Henry being taken by movie moguls making a movie about his stealing from others. There are the people that he left behind after another of his robberies and having to be on the run. There is alot packed into 207 pages.

A lovable outlaw who's creed "not to shoot anyone unless he had to" during his heists was a pleasant surprise. Thank you to Phil Truman for letting me read and review it.
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