“Curly” Woods, disgraced crime reporter turned PR man for the lowest of the 1930s B-movie studios, cowboy stars Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson, “Lucky” Luciano and actress Thelma Todd and some G-men all come together when filming of a movie Western is sabotaged.
Soon, Curly, Maynard and Gibson are on the trail of the trouble makers.
Don't miss the action-packed laugh-riot novel of the year, when the Hollywood Cowboy Detectives are challenged to clear up the Mystery at Movie Ranch.
First book in a brand new series by artist-journalist Darryle Purcell that doffs its hat to the old B-movies and pulp novels of yesteryear. Coming in September from Buckskin Editions.
Coming in Sept. 2014.
Until then you might want to slake your thirst for old fashioned Western action with these the rare magazine texts of six classic Louis L'Amour pulp novels, as he intended and first wrote them, before his paperback publishers demanded he expand, revise and add additional material to make them longer.
Lit a Shuck for Texas &Other Early Western Classics (various magazines)
Riders of the Dawn: TheNovel of a Man who Ended Range War (Giant Western June 1951)
Riders of the TumblingK: Lost Novel - First Book Edition (various magazines)
Showdown on the Hogback:Novel of a Man Caught in the Middle (Giant Western August 1950)
Showdown Trail: A Novelof Wagon Train Days (Giant Western Winter 1948)
The Trail to Crazy Man:Novel of Bullets, Romance and Strong Men (West July 1948)
From Buckskin Editons.