His gear stolen, Cheyenne follows the thief and killer to a small town. The outlaw has stopped there to see the sheriff - his father. The sheriff resigns so Cheyenne takes the job and falls for a girl who's father was the sheriff.
Cheyenne is appointed sheriff of Rye Patch to head up the posse looking for the killer of Gus Lundy and the man who ransacked Cheyenne's cabin who he wounded when he got away. Unknown to the townspeople, the newly resigned sheriff Chad Wilcox is the father of the man who is guilty of these and many other crimes. Blaney Wilcox went to his father for aid which Chad gave him with the agreement that Blaney go to South America and never come back. Realizing he violated his office, Chad resigned opening the job to Cheyenne. Blaney's twin sister is unaware of her brother's history and tells Cheyenne that she hasn't heard from him in almost two years. The budding romance between Cheyenne and Francy threatens to come apart when he catches up with her twin brother who violated his promise to his father and now Cheyenne must bring him to justice even if that means losing Francy and exposing her father's long held secret about the Pocatello kid. Written by
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Well, I don't stay in one place long but there was something about that breakfast Miss Francy and the lady who cooked it that says a man would be a fool not to come back if he's welcome.
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