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Since 1980, Judd has written more than 30 novels published across the United States and Canada, with more than two million copies of his novels going into print.

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In the tradition of Louis L'Amour's Sackett series, the Underhill novels chronicle the dramatic saga of one man's life--a life that follows the days of the early American frontier, of the men and women who came together as friends, family, and enemies, and of the pioneers who pushed westward into the raging violence of the Indian wars. This novel centers on Bushrod Underhill--the son of the Cumberland Mountains, inheritor of a pioneer spirit and a restless soul, raised by a French-born Indian trader--during the time of the Louisiana Purchase.  --- AMAZON

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THE THRILLING CONCLUSION OF THE CARRIGAN BROTHERS SERIES

HELL ON THE RANGE

Liam and Joseph Carrigan's quest to find their long-lost Uncle Patrick ends when they finally reach western Montana. Their joyful reunion is short-lived, however, as Patrick is embroiled in a bloody land war with powerful rancher Bret Ellison. Liam and Joseph take up their uncle's cause in their own ways: Liam leaning toward hard action, and Joseph wanting to use diplomacy to find out why Ellison despises their uncle so viciously.

After Joseph's attempts at playing peacemaker lead to his being taken hostage by Ellison, Patrick valiantly turns himself over in exchange for his nephew, placing himself at the mercy of his worst enemy. Now, after enduring all the trials of the trail, the Carrigans risk losing the only family they have left. Their last hope is a daring shoot-and-run rescue that can only end with one side the final victor -- and the other side dead.  --- AMAZON

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As Joseph and Liam Carrigan set out for Montana to find their long-lost uncle, they have no idea of the danger that is following them -- and what seemed like an innocent trip becomes a deadly adventure. Along the way an explosive train wreck, a fleeting glimpse of a sign bearing the name of the man they seek, and an unexpected encounter with a beautiful woman on the run lead the brothers onto a far more treacherous trail than they'd ever imagined.

The long ride is not the only danger. The boys are being shadowed by the vengeful fury of a powerful and vicious gunman who will stop at nothing to end their lives -- while their fortunes are manipulated by a mysterious lone figure thought to be dead, but who may hold their destiny in his hands.--- AMAZON

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In the tradition of Louis L'Amour's Sackett series, Cameron Judd's bestselling Underhill novels chronicle the dramatic saga of the early American frontier, of the men and women who came together as friends, family, and enemies, and of the pioneers who pushed westward and marked a land with their courage and blood.

They made their way across the Mississippi and carved out a home on the Missouri frontier. Not, Bushrod Underhill and his three youngest sons must leave it behind. From Texas, the word has come that Bushrod's son, John , has disappeared along with his family, victims of lawless land. Following the trail of a legend known as Davy Crockett, Bushrod sets out to save his eldest son. But in a journey that will bring them up against madmen and killers, innocents and old enemies, Bushrod and his boys cannot stop until they go gun-to-gun with a man who has built an empire of betrayal and violence-and who holds the key not only to John Underhill's fate, but to the future of a free land called Texas --- AMAZON

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