Arizona Pay-Off by Duke Patterson
By Duke Patterson
While Tex Scarron, six foot of whipcord and metal, rode domestic to the Bar X in Arizona, he came across Parson Dean and his gang operating a profitable 'protection' racket. Any rancher who didn't pay up had his farm animals rustled, his home burnt approximately his ears and his cowhands shot within the again. Tex's past event scuffling with hoodlums got here in convenient, and the gunplay was once quickly and livid prior to he rid the territory of the Parson, solved the secret that lay in the back of the racket, and by the way discovered happiness with the mysterious outlaw woman whose path had so frequently crossed his personal.
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