The Kung-Fu Cowboy.

The Kung-Fu Cowboy.

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SYNOPSIS "KUNG-FU COWBOY" During the second part of the nineteenth century a lot of slaves ran away from the south of the United States to the north seeking a better life. Among them were Camille, her husband Anthony, and her son Joseph. Neighbors Ronald and his daughter Pearl rode with them. Although only twenty Joseph was able to disarmed and discourage, 'riders' who wanted to turn them back. Along the way Camille's brother Frank, barely made it to their camp, being shot by members of his own gang, who also took his share of loot from a bank job. Camille send Joseph to 'set things right' by her brother, even though Billy, the gang leader, was her first love and Frank's best friend. The town where the bank was robbed was overrun by outlaws and tough men employed by Max Conners the largest ranch owner in the area. The mayor asked Joseph to be sheriff even though the last two were killed on the job. With his superior gun fighting skill Joseph was able to clean up the town killing both Max and his older son. Billy and his gang decided to rob the bank again not knowing that Joseph was now the sheriff. Naturally 'push came to shove' and Billy and company were brought to 'boot hill'.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.05mm | 190.51g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514318466
  • 9781514318461