Can Frank Rivers clear his name of his father's murder? Frank
Rivers had served four years in the penitentiary for the murder of
his father in the commission of a stagecoach robbery. There had
been a witness that could not be found at the time of the trial but
whose testimony four years later was sufficient for Rivers to
receive a full pardon. But for Rivers the matter is scarcely ended.
He wants to find the real culprits behind the crime. His search
leads him to Ute Springs where he immediately comes to the notice
of Sheriff Jim Echols, who believes that Rivers committed the crime
and that he bribed his way into being granted a pardon. When Rivers
witnesses the murder of his prime suspect, he has a tough decision
to make. Flee and be blamed or stay and be blamed. Rider on the
Buckskin once again shows off Dawson's writing chops, justifying
his reputation as one of the most respected Western writers of all
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