Diablo (A Piccaddilly Publishing Western Book 6)

Diablo is a boomtown about to explode. The cattlemen, prospectors and homesteaders have no love for each other. The rancher, Kemp, has a number of fast guns on his payroll and everyone believes he's the man behind the `troubles'. A lawman is needed and another fast gun is in town to take the job. Into this mess rides Lee Scurlock, a man with the law on his tail and a fast gun on his hip. More

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About David Robbins

David L. Robbins was born on Independence Day 1950. He has written more than three hundred books under his own name and many pen names, among them: David Thompson, Jake McMasters, Jon Sharpe, Don Pendleton, Franklin W. Dixon, Ralph Compton, Dean L. McElwain, J.D. Cameron and John Killdeer.
Robbins was raised in Pennsylvania. When he was seventeen he enlisted in the United States Air Force and eventually rose to the rank of sergeant. After his honorable discharge he attended college and went into broadcasting, working as an announcer and engineer (and later as a program director) at various radio stations. Later still he entered law enforcement and then took to writing full-time.
At one time or another Robbins has lived in Pennsylvania, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Montana, Colorado and the Pacific Northwest. He spent a year and a half in Europe, traveling through France, Italy, Greece and Germany. He lived for more than a year in Turkey. Today he is best known for two current long-running series – Wilderness, the generational saga of a Mountain Man and his Shoshone wife – and Endworld is a science fiction series under his own name started in 1986. Among his many other books, Piccadilly Publishing is pleased to be reissuing ebook editions of Wilderness, Davy Crockett and, of course, White Apache.

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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