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Captain Fly-By-Night By Johnston McCulley
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Famed as the creator and author of Zorro, McCulley wrote a novel in a similar vein which was published in 1916 and then made into a silent film. Captain Fly-By-Night was stirring up trouble in... More > California between the red men and the white. Rojelio Rocha, betrothed by his parents to Anita Fernandez, heads to San Diego for his marriage. All three end up in a rollicking historical drama of Southern California life in the early 1800's.< Less
Don Renegade By Johnston McCulley
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FIRST EDITION! Marcos Zappa is set upon by four rogues and carried away to a shack in the hills. There he is left alone with an elegant caballero who introduces himself as Don Pedro Garcia. Quickly... More > Don Pedro makes it clear that he knows the truth about Marcos Zappa. He knows that this man is really Don Felipe Hernandez, once a member of the Viceroy's staff; that he now wears a band around his forehead to conceal the brand of the renegade. El renegado Don Felipe Hernandez was proclaimed, because his love for a Mexican girl led him to help foment a native uprising. He was banished from his own caste, and eventually he joined a crew of pirates.< Less
Don Renegade By Johnston McCulley
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Marcos Zappa is set upon by four rogues and carried away to a shack in the hills. There he is left alone with an elegant caballero who introduces himself as Don Pedro Garcia. Quickly Don Pedro makes... More > it clear that he knows the truth about Marcos Zappa. He knows that this man is really Don Felipe Hernandez, once a member of the Viceroy's staff; that he now wears a band around his forehead to conceal the brand of the renegade. El renegado Don Felipe Hernandez was proclaimed, because his love for a Mexican girl led him to help foment a native uprising. He was banished from his own caste, and eventually he joined a crew of pirates.< Less
Captain Fly-By-Night By Johnston McCulley
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Famed as the creator and author of Zorro, McCulley wrote a novel in a similar vein which was published in 1916 and subsequently made into a silent film. Captain Fly-By-Night was stirring up trouble... More > in California between the red men and the white. Rojelio Rocha, betrothed by his parents to Anita Fernandez, heads to San Diego for his marriage. All three end up in a rollicking historical drama of Southern California life in the early 1800's.< Less
Captain Fly-By-Night By Johnston McCulley
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Famed as the creator and author of Zorro, McCulley wrote a novel in a similar vein which was published in 1916 and subsequently made into a silent film. Captain Fly-By-Night was stirring up trouble... More > in California between the red men and the white. Rojelio Rocha, betrothed by his parents to Anita Fernandez, heads to San Diego for his marriage. All three end up in a rollicking historical drama of Southern California life in the early 1800's.< Less
The Mark of Zorro By Johnston McCulley
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CUT IN BLOOD! a slashing sword leaves Zorro's mark Z Tortured peasants! Beautiful senoritas in prison! Old California beneath the whiplash of oppression! But a champion of freedom rides the... More > highways. His identity hidden behind a mask, the laughing outlaw Zorro defies the tyrant's army. A deadly marksman and a demon swordsman, his flashing blade carves a dreadful brand on the faces of his foes. But to dark-eyed Lolita he brings compelling, passionate--and forbidden--love. THE MARK OF ZORRO, Johnston McCulley’s colorful, romantic tale of a California Robin Hood, has been read, seen, and acclaimed by millions.< Less
The Mark of Zorro By Johnston McCulley
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CUT IN BLOOD! a slashing sword leaves Zorro's mark Z Tortured peasants! Beautiful senoritas in prison! Old California beneath the whiplash of oppression! But a champion of freedom rides the... More > highways. His identity hidden behind a mask, the laughing outlaw Zorro defies the tyrant's army. A deadly marksman and a demon swordsman, his flashing blade carves a dreadful brand on the faces of his foes. But to dark-eyed Lolita he brings compelling, passionate--and forbidden--love. THE MARK OF ZORRO, Johnston McCulley’s colorful, romantic tale of a California Robin Hood, has been read, seen, and acclaimed by millions.< Less
The Mark of Zorro By Johnston McCulley
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Originally published in 1919 as The Curse of Capistrano, The Mark of Zorro by Johnston McCulley is the first story in the Zorro series of books. This reprint is from the hardcover version published... More > by Grosset & Dunlap.< Less
Land of Lost Hope By Johnston McCulley
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A YOUNG San Francisco physician, Robert Berkley by name, is decoyed to the schooner Manatee and carried out to sea. He is treated with the greatest respect, but is told that he can never return to... More > his native land. A beautiful young girl named Callisa is a member of the party on the schooner, and Berkley falls in love with her, though love is a thing forbidden in the Land of Lost Hope, to which they are going. One day, forgetful of warnings, he kisses her, which, according to the law of the land, means her death.On entering port Berkley is made kodar of the island, second in position to the king alone, and is instructed in his duties—one of which is escorting to a certain place of death all condemned persons. Callisa is the youngest daughter of the king, and, upon learning of her disobedience, he orders her to be driven out on the streets in disgrace to await her execution. On hearing the king's terrible words, Berkley brands upon Callisa's arm his chosen mark, which insures respect to anything that bears it.< Less
Land of Lost Hope By Johnston McCulley
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A YOUNG San Francisco physician is decoyed to the schooner Manatee and carried out to sea. He is treated with the greatest respect, but is told that he can never return to his native land. A... More > beautiful young girl named Callisa is a member of the party on the schooner, and Berkley falls in love with her, though love is a thing forbidden in the Land of Lost Hope, to which they are going. One day, forgetful of warnings, he kisses her, which, according to the law of the land, means her death.On entering port Berkley is made kodar of the island, second in position to the king alone, and is instructed in his duties—one of which is escorting to a certain place of death (the Pool of Sharks) all condemned persons. Callisa is the youngest daughter of the king, and, upon learning of her disobedience, he orders her to be driven out on the streets in disgrace to await her execution. On hearing the king's terrible words, Berkley brands upon Callisa's arm his chosen mark, which insures respect to anything that bears it.< Less

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