Pistolero Justice (A Piccadilly Publishing Western: Book 1)

Raul Mackenzie-Mendoza is hired by a desperate Arizona rancher to rescue his niece from the Mexican bandit El Demonio. At first it seems a routine job of finding the bandido then ransoming the beautiful captive. But El Demonio has sold the young woman to traffickers of human beings. Now bringing her back will become a hunt-and-escape adventure. More

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About Patrick E. Andrews

Patrick E. Andrews was born in Oklahoma in 1936 into a family of pioneers who participated in its growth from the Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory to statehood. His father's family were homesteaders and his mother's cattle ranchers. Consequently, he is among the last generation of American writers who had contacts with those people from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Patrick's wife Julie says he both speaks and writes with an Oklahoma accent.

He is an ex-paratrooper, having served in the 82nd Airborne Division in the active army and the 12th Special Forces Group in the army reserves. Patrick began his writing career after leaving the army. He and his better half presently reside in southern California. He has a son Bill, who is an ex-paratrooper and a probation officer, and two grandchildren.

About the Series: A Piccadilly Publishing Western
Our series of Piccadilly Publishing Westerns has its beginnings in good old-fashioned nostalgia. Remember those glorious days of the 1950s and 60s, and the Gold Medal paperback? With their distinctive covers, logo and of course strong, well-written stories you could always rely on, satisfaction was always guaranteed.

Today, of course, Gold Medal paperbacks — and not just the westerns — are collector's items, and anyone who has a complete set possesses not only a tidy investment, but also a wonderful selection of great fiction.

We at Piccadilly Publishing wanted to start a similar line of stand-alone westerns, complete with distinctive covers, that would appear regularly and guarantee readers all the fun, quality and excitement of the original Gold Medal paperbacks.

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