A bank robbery, the murder of the cashier, and Bill Saxon, stranger, unconscious on the floor, seems to look pretty guilty,...

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A bank robbery, the murder of the cashier, and Bill Saxon, stranger, unconscious on the floor, seems to look pretty guilty, but a clever lawyer clears him and he decides to remain in Sagebrush to clear things up. Saxon buys land, helps a group of nesters in their struggle against the banker who holds their mortgages and is trying to squeeze them out. He aids the town marshall, Rawhide Russell, to get the robber-killer, but Preacher Paul has vanished into thin air with the gold. And of course Saxon wins the daughter of the dead cashier. Standard Tom West.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949