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Zorro and the Forbidden Country


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Zorro's Pacific Odyssey:
Book 2 of 3
Susan Kite
174 pages
6" x 9" paperback & hardcover
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Danger in a foreign land!

Zorro’s bold debut in the land of the setting sun finds him charged with murder, running from the Emperor’s minions and British soldiers! Though he despairs of returning home, the fox targets a group of sadistic opium dealers, to whom peace-loving peasants are but human bargaining chips.

Half a world away, Diego’s father and other wealthy landowners unite against a gang of cutthroat terrorists. With the Curse of Capistrano conveniently gone, California’s fertile lands look ripe for plunder!

Zorro’s Pacific Odyssey, an original trilogy, takes “The Fox” from the California deserts, across the unforgiving Pacific, to strange challenges in an unfamiliar land!

Zorro created by Johnston McCulley. Produced under license from Zorro Productions, Inc.

Zorro ® & © 2022 Zorro Productions, Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Zorro and the Forbidden Country

    Posted by Mary Lou Houck on Mar 3rd 2022

    This second book of "Zorro's Pacific Odyssey" is everything a Zorro fan would expect and more. Diego's desperate quest to return home is filled with devious twists and turns, as well as a surprising and beneficial reunion with a young man from Diego's past. True to his principles, Diego finds himself making decisions that protect his friends' lives, even though they result in even more delays for him. Back in California, we realize that Don Alejandro and Bernardo have their own problems dealing with the terrorists and praying that Diego will return safe and sound. Ms. Kite does a great job balancing these two fronts and demonstrating that a de la Vega is a force to be reckoned with, whether at home or far away.