By Gordon Landsborough
The Glasshouse Gang swore to settle their account with the screws at Sharafim Prison-and they did. Then thirty-six men and four Chev trucks vanished into the sandstorms and the emptiness of the Sahara, to lie low and let the Eighth Army and the Afrika Korps fight the official war.
Now John Offer’s Glasshouse Gang are on the run, and not only from the British. The Germans are at their heels, with one man in particular intent on exacting a very special vengeance on their commander. But the men of the Glasshouse Gang have arms and equipment, a growing knowledge of desert warfare, and no intention of being either captured or killed.
Desert Marauders continues the story of a unique collection of scoundrels whose exploits set the Western Desert alight.
Gordon Landsborough was a publisher, author and bookseller. In the 1950s to 1980s, the publishing industry went through significant changes. Landsborough found himself at the forefront of this and used this opportunity to bring forth his innovative ideas. Other works by Landsborough included, The Violent People (1960), The Dead Commando (1976) and Black Death