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The Four Way Split (Black Horse Western) by…

The Four Way Split (Black Horse Western)

by Matt Laidlaw

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An innocent man accused of robbery and murder travels from Redrock, Arizona to the Yuma state penitentiary by stage. Suddenly, John Flint D'Arragon breaks away from Marshal Mick Imlach. He takes Fran Parker as hostage and, in a desperate race across the desert, is pursued by lawmen, Fran's father and the violent Pike Rickman. D'Arragon is drawn to the waters of the San Pedro where, in a blazing six-gun climax, he must face the outlaw Rickman and gain his freedom.… (more)

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