The Laughing Guns
By Brett Cameron (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1952 by Werner Laurie
A Western novel for adults - part of the Blue Sombrero series.
First edition dustwrapper|
Werner laurie 1952
Fresh from the great success of The Blue Sombrero, Brett
Cameron reintroduces that gay caballero, Don Panchito,
the "Robin Hood" of the Bad Lands, in another stirring
tale of hot-blooded adventure and desperate intrigue.
summoned by his cousin to the High Sierras, where
Pordillo, a self-made "king" hold sway, Panchito kills
one of Pordillo's henchmen in fair fight, is arrested
and ordered to fight a sabre duel to secure his freedom.
From then on the action accelerates to end dramatically
in a fast-moving battle, when the air is split with the crack
of whips and the bark of the "laughing" guns.
Werner Laurie 1952:
Hardback, with dustwrapper; 130x190 mm; yellow cloth with
black blocking; Werner Laurie's 'Western' logo on spine of the book
and the jacket spine; 175 pages; dustwrapper artwork signed
by Wilding; 'blurb' from the dustwrapper is transcribed
above; cover price 8s 6d net.
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