In the tradition of last week's collection of K'ing Kung-Fu covers by Barry Smith, here's another series I picked up solely for the cover art. Never read one, but I should. They all say © Jack Bickham. They were published in 1970 and 71.
The back of the first book (above) says this:
BAD DAY IN BLANCO
It started when Wildcat O'Shea joined an amateur rebel army of four - a storekeeper, a minister, a former lawman, and a schoolteacher - in a surprise assault on the jail and its crooked sheriff.
They captured them, for a wonder, and proclaimed that Blanco was now free of the lawless domination of Frost, the big rancher and landowner who ran the town and everyone in it.
But Frost wasn't finished, and his men outnumbered them ten to one. By afternoon, there was a regular war on in Blanco.
It was Wildcat who thought of getting hold of the Civil War cannon in the park - and things got really interesting!
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