Del Río Con Amor

The success of the retooled Mexican Revolution hinges on executing the largest vanishing act the world's ever seen, right under General Obregon's nose. Viva this! "Dirty, rotten hombres with dynamite. Hell yes!" Pancho Villa's latest General isn't like any of the others. Young, inexperienced and visionary, Chancho Villarreal convinces Villa to cease his famous frontal assaults in order to embrace guerilla warfare. To prove his strategy sound Chancho must execute the boldest train robbery the world will never discover, unless he fails. If he succeeds, Mexico won't know what hit it. But revolution never comes cheep, and Chancho's about to awake to its deadly cost. "A classic caper orchestrated with charming despicableness and rollicking fun."
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These introductory letters are very neatly done old son and add hugely to an already grand collection of stories. Neatly done sir. Gav
Good start to the story! Love the set-up and the characters so far.
@hachebrown You can't be a moron to write such great stories. It's nothing as big as the mistakes I've made. Thanks for the response and the stories :)
Just mentioning that Love in Spanish is Amor, not Amore. Amore is Italian. But I love the story. The best Ive read on Wattpad yet. I love cowboy tales 
I’ve never read much dieselpunk so I really have no idea what to expect of this, though by the start, I can tell that I’m going to like it. Nice, and punchy start. Though rather short, it does keep the reader, well, reading on. I’m eager to see what Chancho and Ah Puch might be planning :)
@NatSlight 
Ha ha ha.........I intend to stick around...........especially since it's a story by a male writer ! ;-P


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