The Devil's Laughter

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Penguin, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Saddle up for western action in this Lou Prophet, Bounty Hunter novel from Peter Brandvold.

Lou Prophet loves to keep beautiful women company. But when the invitation comes from Miss Louisa Bonaventure, the Vengeance Queen, he finds himself intimate with hot lead instead of her warm female form. Louisa’s got him riding the brutal Mexican frontier chasing outlaws led by Tony Lazzaro, a notorious thief whose deadly weapon, Sugar Delphi, is a blind and blood-hungry pistolera.

While Lou and Louisa hunt for Lazzaro, they’ve got two gangs hot on their tail: vicious Mojaves hungry for white hides, and Mexican Rurales hungry for gold. They’re not sure who’s more of a threat, but decide to keep their enemies closer by riding with the Rurales. In a true case of the blind leading the blind, Lou Prophet prays that this pursuit ends with him on the right end of a smoking pistol...




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Peter Brandvold has penned numerous fast-action westerns under his own name and his penname, Frank Leslie. He is the author of the .45-Caliber series featuring Cuno Massey; the Rusty Spurr series featuring Deputy U.S. Marshal Spurr Morgan; the Rogue Lawman series featuring Gideon Hawk; the Lou Prophet, Bounty Hunter series; and the Yakima Henry series.


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