Senor Vulture

Mission San Juan Capistrano received grim tidings from the runner El Viento, the Wind. He told of the coming of one Marcos Palma — known far and wide as Señor Vulture, a black-clad rider carrying papers from the governor. Many feared for their community, but that rascal Juan Bardoso, innkeeper and ex-pirate, saw a challenge — and profit! More

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About Johnston McCulley

Johnston McCulley (1883-1958) was a prolific author of hundreds of stories. He was a regular contributor to the newsstand pulp magazines, eventually branching out into film and television screenplays. McCulley’s writing career began as a police reporter. Southern California became a frequent backdrop for his fiction. His most notable use of the locale was in his ongoing series of Zorro, the masked highway who fought an oppressive government. McCulley developed several continuing characters including The Crimson Clown, Thubway Tham, The Green Ghost, and The Thunderbolt.

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About the Series: Tales of Zorro's Old California
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.

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