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One bad turn deserves another. Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack is deep in Old Mexico, tracking two of the most heinous outlaws it' s ever been his bad luck to track. Hodding "Hot Aces" Siebert and Bobby Hugh Bellibar have nine bank robberies, three train hijackings, and more than a dozen payroll raids to their names. And they' ve left an undertaker' s fortune in dead bodies all along the border country. But there is no honor among thieves. When the pair is caught in a tight spot, Bellibar turns on his old pal Siebert like a snake, sparking a blood feud that makes it even more dangerous for Burrack to bring them in - and nearly impossible for him to get out alive.

©2012 Ralph Cotton (P)2014 Recorded Books

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There’s no narration of westerns that approach the delivery provided by George Guidall. His mix of cadence and temperament, make for a great listen.

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George Guidall is great story teller.

Enjoyed the story line. Believable without too much gore. Glad I listened to it. Ralph Cotton is one of my favorites