Book: Treasure of the Ant People - The Further Adventures of Charlie Hobbs by James L. Rickardcategories: Book, Mexico, Treasure Hunt, Underground Civilization, Fantasy, Wooster, Ohio, Pancho Villa, Mexican Border, Treasure Map, Tattoo, Severed Head, Revisionist Western
James L. Rickardabout this book: If you've been wondering what happened to Charlie Hobbs since the end of Grandpa Wore a Six-Gun? Here's the answer you've been waiting for! If you like a Western or a Fantasy, you'll get both in the genre-bending Revisionist Western, Treasure of the Ant People. Add in a little humor and some legends about Pancho Villa along with a treasure hunt and you have an exciting read in the follow-up to Grandpa Wore a Six-Gun.
Or, you can look at it this way, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid meet the Ancient Aliens and YOU can decide if it's a Western or a Fantasy.
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