What a cover.
Now this isn't a bad book by rip-off standards.
It sets out to do more of the same and by jingo it delivers.
Well sort of, you try capturing the sweat and grandeur of a Leone pic in a 35p pulp novel. (Do you remember when books were 35p? Well no me neither, this reprint was published a year before my birth.)
In the end The Man with No Name teams up with two others, a dirty bandit and a suave killer.
Hang on a second haven't we heard that somewhere before?
So in Brian Fox's head he would have cast Lee Van Cleef as DeCabronet (Lee would have to do a French accent) and Eli Wallach as Tuco.
To be honest Leone used the same actors in his films so why couldn't Brian in his book?
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Interestingly they kept reprinting this into the 80s. This was first published in 1967.
There's a lot of love for the Clint.