Pancho and Black Jack
In 1916, the world believed Pancho Villa defiantly invaded America and attacked an unsuspecting New Mexico town. General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing was the perfect man to hunt down the wily hero of the Mexican Revolution. But what really happened is a story never before told--a searing tale of treachery, seduction and memorable acts of courage.
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