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The Singing Scorpion

(1934)
(Ambush at Scorpion Valley)
(A book in the Three Mesquiteers series)
A novel by

 
 
The gang called themselves the Scorpions, and when they struck, they were as swift, silent and fatal as the vicious animals that inspired their name. They would loot and kill with abandon as they rode through Texas, and return with their ill-gotten booty to a hideout in Mexico. No one had ever dared to stop their lawless rampages, but their luck was running out. Tucson Smith was an easygoing sort -- slow-talking and not easily riled. He didn't make trouble, but when it found him, he didn't back down. So when the Scorpions victimized someone that Tucson Smith cared deeply about, he went after them, hell-bent for leather. He'd avenge this latest killing -- or die trying!

Genre: Western

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Hardback Editions

June 2010 : USA Library Binding
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Title: The Singing Scorpion (Center Point Western)
Author(s): William Colt MacDonald
ISBN: 1-60285-751-2 / 978-1-60285-751-3 (USA edition)
Publisher: Center Point Pub
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July 2000 : UK Hardback
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Title: The Singing Scorpion (Gunsmoke Western)
Author(s): William Colt MacDonald
ISBN: 0-7540-8097-8 / 978-0-7540-8097-8 (UK edition)
Publisher: Gunsmoke
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