Zorro is a mysterious man who always wears a large sombrero and a long black cloak. He covers his face with a black mask with two holes through which his sharp gaze follows everything that goes on around him. Zorro has some problems with the Californian governor, who thinks that the man is a thief. The governor is ready to pay a lot of money to the one who kills Zorro. This is where real problems begin for the mysterious man.
Who is Zorro? Who is actually hiding behind the mask? Is he really a thief? Might he actually be protecting the city from evil powers? Will someone dare to approach Zorro and kill him?
Find all the answers in Johnston McCulley’s book "The Mark of Zorro" from 1924.
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Johnston McCulley (1883 - 1958) was an American pulp fiction writer. Before his writing career, McCulley worked as a police reporter at The Police Gazette. He is author of a large number of novels and screenplays, and a creator of the notorious character Zorro. Some of his most popular works are "The Mark of Zorro", "The Spider Strain" and "The Black Star".