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Zorro and the Witch's Curse by John Whitman
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Zorro and the Witch's Curse

by John Whitman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812567692, Mass Market Paperback)

The Mark of Zorro!

They call him El Zorro, the Fox. Tyrants and villains call him an outlaw. But to the people of old California he is a hero defending the innocent with a sword in his hand and a smile upon his lips. None suspect that behind the mask of Zorro hids Don Diego de la Vega, the only son of a wealthy landowner. Riding through the night, Zorro leaves behind his own legendary signature: the Mark of the Z!

The Witch's Curse

Twenty years ago, during a fearsome hurricane, an innocent woman was left to die on the remote island of San Nicholas. As the ship pulled away, leaving her to face the fury of the storm, she screamed a curse on those who had abandoned her, vowing to have her revenge upon them even if she had to return from death itself.

Don Diego had always thought the witch of San Nicholas nothing more than a colorful legend--until a mysterious white-haired crone began terrorizing the pueblo of Los Angeles. The frightening apparition appears without warning and stikes without mercy, making her victims vanish as if by magic. Has the witch of San Nicholas truly returned from her watery grave? Only Zorro can uncover the truth--before the witch's curse claims Zorro's own father!

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