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Title:
Bandit invincible : Butch Cassidy : a western story
Author:
Lyon, Suzanne.
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Unity, Me. : Five Star, 1999.
Physical Description:
351 pages ; 22 cm.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780786218431
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Book

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Are you fabulous and very, very single?

Do you secretly suspect that you suck at love?

Author Cindy Lu knew for a long time that she was hopeless at relationships. For years she dated one wrong man after the next until, fed up with her lack of success, she decided to employ her maths skills in her search for the right man. The result was The Four Man Plan, a brilliant system for finding love that combines the certainties of maths and human behaviour to create a sure-fire formula for finding Mr Right. The secret? Always be dating four men at any given time.

Cindy's step-by-step process takes the guesswork and heartache out of dating and lets men compete for your affections while you enjoy the ride. Based on a carefully developed system of practices such as 'The Disney Theorem' and 'The Wait For Sex Index', The Four Man Plan is guaranteed to deliver the ultimate prize.


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Booklist Review

Whatever became of Robert Leroy Parker, son of a dirt-farmer father and Mormon mother? Was Gert's husband, Bill, the same William T. Phillips who authored the 1935 manuscript from which this book takes its title? Who was the fellow Mary Boyd called George and by whom she had a child? Lyon believes that all these men and several others were among the multiple identities adopted at one time or another by that lovable felon Butch Cassidy, legendary sidekick of the Sundance Kid and leader of what was called--among other things--the Hole in the Wall Gang and the Wild Bunch. In her fictional account of Cassidy's career, based on Phillips' manuscript and other research, Lyon makes a pretty convincing case. More than that, she tells an entertaining tale, which begins with Butch (or Bill or George) as an older man bored with the present, displeased with the past, and determined to see the love of his life, Mary Boyd, one more time. Satisfying historical fiction. --Budd Arthur