A Western novel for adults - part of the Blue Sombrero series.
Once again the famous Riders of the Blue Sombrero are mobilised under the virile laedership of Don Panchito.|
The battle is joined against marauding guns over the lands of Piedras Negras, centring in its thrilling final stages deep in the bowels of the hills among the ghostly caves and vaults of the ancient village of the Veshoones - once the underground home of a fierce Indian tribe.
The guns roar and the whips crack as the Riders of the Blue Sombrero drive the Guns
of San Rosala for ever from the land. Yet, back among the hills, drama, bitterness, hate
and death lunge together in a tense, surprising climax.
The British Library records this book as 1953.
Gannet Press, London:
Undated paperback, probably published c.1953.
Size 123x183mm; 96 pages; font reduced in size compared to the original, which
suggests that it is the full text and is not abridged. The book is not ilustrated; cover picture not
credited; cover price one shilling 1/-.
Van Reemst, Holland 1953:
Dutch edition; published as Straatgerecht in San Rosala; 190 pages.