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Legends Lost was named
Best Adult Fiction of 2013
by the Colorado Independent
Publishers Association. (CIPA)

Charlie Mac began writing as a second, or perhaps, third career. His first careers were as marketing executive and entrepreneur. He was born and raised in Southern California, where he grew up playing sports and graduated from Cal Poly State University.

In the mid-90’s, Charlie was fascinated by an interview with actor Paul Newman, who was asked why there wasn’t a sequel to the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Newman pointed out that no one actually saw Butch and Sundance die in the film.

For Charlie, that interview was the seed for Legends Lost. But it took time for the seed to grow, and along the way, Charlie wrote his first three novels, A Minor Inconvenience, Traveling the Flatland, and A Major Concern, before completing Legends Lost.

Charlie now lives with his wife in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Visit his website CharlieMacBooks.com and follow him at Charlie Mac Books on Facebook.



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Three thousand miles apart, Oregon mill owner Robert Carlisle and New York City freight company proprietor James Longley were each marked for death. Carlisle and Longley had a secret past. Years earlier they had been well known to most of the nation as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. They had barely avoided capture by an elite posse more interested in Western justice than courtroom procedures. The posse was set loose to wipe out the Hole in the Wall Gang that had been amazingly successful in robbing trains of the Union Pacific Railroad. As the posse closed in, Butch and Sundance escaped to Bolivia - eventually returning and taking up the everyday lives of successful businessmen.

But now the past has caught up with Carlisle and Longley. Their very lives are at stake as a killer circles closer and closer. The Union Pacific doesn't just want their mony back The company is desperate to recover a journal written by company president E. H. Harriman himself that sheds new light on the Lincoln assassination and could irreparably damage the Union Pacific.

Legends Lost is available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle™ editions.


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