by Johnston McCulley
(Available in softcover and hardcover)
In the early 1800s, California — with its warmth, its romance, its peaceful beauties — was still under Spanish rule. While the legend of Zorro grew, stirring the hearts of Californians, this sprawling state was a land of opportunity and adventure — and, oft-times, great danger.
The Devil’s Doubloons
Señor Mendoza had all the ingredients of success, but Fate cast him aside. Then, at the moment he was prepared to end his life, a mysterious masked woman sought his aid, and El Diablo brought a great promise — and a great threat! A thrilling Old California adventure from 1940 by the creator of Zorro!
Cover by Francisco Silva