Manuel Pereira, the dictator of the state of Teresina in Brazil, develops agoraphobia the day a fortune-teller predicts he will be killed by an angry mob. He decides to hire a double to stand in. But, he is astonished to discover that his stand-in doesn't look anything like him and reacts in a way that can only precipitate his meeting with Fate.
The cult crime novel of 1997, does for Paris what Carl Hiaasen did for Miami.
After their umpteenth defeat at Lucky Luke's hands, the Dalton brothers get into a big argument that ends with the four of them splitting up. They make a deal: Whoever is first to get a million dollars will be the leader of the gang. Going their separate ways, trying various schemes, each spreads his own kind of mayhem, forcing poor Lucky Luke to do four times the work to keep up with their antics!
Correspond au tome français Les nouvelles aventures de Lucky Luke t.5 ; cavalier seul
It's the start of the 1860s, and the Old West is changing-a change that comes as a shock to the Daltons when they're arrested not by Lucky Luke, but by... Allan Pinkerton! The man is determined to turn bandit-hunting into a modern, rational business-even at the cost of the American people's personal freedom. It'll be up to Lucky Luke to ensure that the USA is protected against all evil-doers, rascals and lawmen alike...
Correspond au tome français Les nouvelles aventures de Lucky Luke t.4 ; Lucky Luke contre Pinkerton