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Greene County author
Cameron Judd

The Border
Men
Confederate
Gold
Firefall Brazos The Overmountain
Men: A Novel
Bad Night at Dry Creek Boone Bridge
Burners
Canebreak
Men
Corrigan
Dead Man's Gold Glory
River
Season of Reckoning Snow
Sky
The Hanging in Leadville
Renegade Lawmen The Shadow Warriors Texas
Freedom
Timber
Creek
The Quest
of
Brady Kenton
Devil Wire Kenton's Challenge Begger's Gulch Revenge On Shadow Trail War At Fire Creek

 




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WAR AT FIRE CREEK

Paperback - 192 pages (August 2004)
Pocket Star; ISBN: 0743457102

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 BEGGERS GULCH

Paperback - 192 pages (April 2004)
Leiser Books; ISBN: 0843952849

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REVENGE ON SHADOW TRAIL

Paperback - 256 pages (October 2003)
Pocket Star; ISBN: 0743457099

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 KENTON'S CHALLENGE

Paperback - 240 pages (November 2001)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312981236

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THE QUEST OF BRADY KENTON

 

Paperback - 288 pages (January 2001)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312975783

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CONFEDERATE GOLD

Enoch Brand was perfectly content to stay in Ft. Scott, Kansas, but his wife, Minnie, was the flirtatious type, which led to Enoch beating Hermes Van Horn half to death. Leaving town seemed the appropriate thing to do, so the Brands, along with Enoch's mother, set out for Tennessee. Before long, Minnie runs off with another man, and Enoch sets out to find her. He runs afoul of two backwoods, Deliverance-type villains but is rescued by a mysterious character known as Leviticus Lee, who lets slip something about Confederate gold. Robert Fairweather, a farmer who helps Brand nurse the wounded Lee back to health, has also heard of this legendary lost payroll. The three set out to find it. What transpires is a Treasure of Sierra Madre scenario filled with kidnapping, murder, and greed, in which the duplicitous Minnie plays a grasping hand. Whatever the prolific Judd lacks in style he compensates for with action and breakneck plotting. On balance, an enjoyable read for western fans. Wes Lukowsky

Paperback - 224 pages (July 2000)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312974981

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THE BORDER MEN

Raised on a frontier torn by bloodshed, Joshua Colter, now a captain in the Patriot Rangers, leads the colonists in their struggle against the Chickamaugas and Cherokee on one front and the British army on the other.

Paperback - 448 pages (August 2000)
Cumberland House; ISBN: 1581821433

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THE OVERMOUNTAIN MEN: A NOVEL

Valdosta Daily Times, May 14, 2000
It is a story of courage, bloodshed and a way of life that we cannot even imagine. Be sure to get your copy; you won't be able to put it down.

Paperback - 448 pages (April 1, 2000)
Cumberland House; ISBN: 1581820976

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FIREFALL

Paperback- 256 pages (March 2000)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312973950

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BRAZOS

After traveling to Missouri to make peace with his sister, Jed Keller arrives to find her ranch burned and her dead, so he sets out to catch the band of vigilantes responsible for her murder.

Paperback - 240 pages (January 2000)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312972830

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Bad Night at Dry Creek (Linford Library Ser)

Paperback Lrg Prt edition (June 1993)
Ulverscroft Large Print Books; ISBN: 0708973663

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Daniel Boone by Cameron Judd
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BOONE

A fictional portrait of Daniel Boone describes his fierce loyalty to his country while chronicling how he blazed a trail from Pennsylvania to the Carolina mountains and past the Cumberland gap.

Mass Market Paperback - 422 pages (June 1995)
Bantam Books; ISBN: 0553573837 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 1.13 x 6.85 x 4.20

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Canebrake by Cameron Judd
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CANEBRAKE MEN

Following the War of Independence against the British Crown, Tennessee settlers face opposition from the federal government as they set out to carve out a new state for themselves.

Paperback (July 1993)
Bantam Books; ISBN: 0553562770

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Corrigan by Cameron Judd
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CORRIGAN

As his father lies dying, 18-year-old Tucker Corrigan sets out alone for the rugged Montana Territory to find his older brother, Jack a gambler who's been on the run for seven years. It's a hard and dangerous ride that will make a man of Tuck--if it doesn't kill him first. For he finds himself in the middle of a range war against a powerful rancher who has decided to throw a hanging party, with Tuck Corrigan as the guest of honor.

Mass Market Paperback - 176 pages (September 1998)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312966156 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.49 x 6.72 x 4.20

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DEAD MAN'S GOLD

In the highest-elevated, most remote mining camp in California's rugged Sierra Mountains, a small group of men, women and children weather a bitter winter prospecting for gold. But after a stranger falls dead at the perimeter of their camp, this sleepy, snowed-in town is thrown into hell. A band of ruthless thieves, searching for a cache of stolen gold the dead man double-crossed out of them, muscles into town. And this trigger-happy, whiskey-slugging posse is willing to kill anyone who stands in their way. But what these ruffians didn't count on is having to reckon with the infamous Underhills. Outgunned and outmanned, Sam Underhill teams up with his father, Bushrod, who, legend has it, can shoot a hole in the moon and spit through it. Together they will slowly even the odds, in a fiery battle that will leave some six feet under and others rich beyond their wildest dreams.

Mass Market Paperback - 272 pages (August 1999)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312970838


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devil wire by cameron judd
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DEVIL WIRE

By 1884, a new type of fencing called barbed wire (or, as ranchers deemed it, devil wire) was making more enemies than good neighbors in the American West. Jim Hartford, a failed farmer from Tennessee, is an upstart in the town of Miles City, Montana. What he's looking for is a new beginning. But what he finds is a territorial disagreement that erupts in bloodshed. As a renegade group of fence-cutters--hired by the rich cattle baron Luther Guthrie--turn out to be a band of grudge-holding murderers, Jim Hartford must put his life on the line not only to avenge the death of his brother, but to save the woman he loves from the deadly barbs of hatred and greed.

Mass Market Paperback - 256 pages (June 1999)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312969953

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Glory River by Camerson Judd
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GLORY RIVER

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.

Mass Market Paperback - 313 pages (April 1998)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312964994 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.93 x 6.77 x 4.26

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THE HANGING IN LEADVILLE

Leadville is a melting pot of Irish and Swedes, steelworkers and scam artists. It's a town where two reporters carrying pencils, pads, and six-guns will meet their match. They're searching for a Civil War criminal who may be alive and well in Leadville. But with a dead body found and lost, and an innocent boy running from a killer, the two men have more than a story on their hands. Originally published by Bantam Books.

Mass Market Paperback - 240 pages (April 1999)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312969813 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.66 x 6.77 x 4.21

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RENEGADE LAWMEN

They met in a hot, bloody bar fight on a cold Nebraska afternoon. The Fiddler was skinny, one-eared, and on the run after a vicious feud with another man missing an ear of his own. Luke McCan was on the drift, driven West by the death of the women he loved. Now they would become partners, signed up as a lawmen in a town without crime. At least, Walden City, Colorado was without crime, until Fiddler and McCan were on the run-and a long, hard ride of adventure and vengeance had only just begun...

Mass Market Paperback - 208 pages (March 1999)
St Martins Pr (Trade); ISBN: 0312968965 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.64 x 6.77 x 4.21

Judd


Season of Reckoning by Cameron Judd
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SEASON OF RECKONING

It is 1864 and, as the Civil War begins to come to a conclusion, the mountains of eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina see violence and terror more destructive than ever. Together, Amy Deacon, Ben Scarlett, and Greely Brown will discover that the passions of war do not subside quickly. Together they will face the bitter reality that the Mountain War will carry on after the Civil War has ended. Cameron Judd has filled this work with fascinating human details gleaned from exhaustive research into the Civil War era folk history of the mountains of eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina.

Paperback - 496 pages (November 1997)
Bantam Books; ISBN: 055357390X ;
Dimensions (in inches): 1.18 x 7.01 x 4.27

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Shadow Warriors by Cameron Judd
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THE SHADOW WARRIORS

Set in the mountains of Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina, this first book in the Mountain War trilogy evokes the agonizing decisions of those who must choose sides in the conflict. Soon, beliefs and loyalties are swapped for bayonets and rifles. And as the war begins to mercilessly tear the region apart, it also tears at the souls of every man and woman.

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The Shadow Warriors, the first in the Mountain War Trilogy, paints a bold picture of the turbulent first years of the Civil War in the mountainous regions of Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina. Against a backdrop of terror and destruction Amy Deacon, Ben Scarlett, Sam Colter and Greeley Brown must choose sides in the conflict. And as the war tears the region apart they must all turn their beliefs into actions. Filled with fascinating human details gleaned from exhaustive research this is more than a novel of Civil War battles- it is the enthralling story of men and women whose live will be ripped asunder.

Paperback - 464 pages (March 1997)
Bantam Books; ISBN: 0553576984 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.05 x 6.90 x 4.21 1

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Snow Sky by Cameron Judd
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SNOW SKY

When Tudor Cochran first set foot in the swarming mining town of Snow Sky, he walked into enough trouble to land his other foot in the grave. His search for a fugitive stranger and a hapless boy has led his saddle-mate, Hiram Frogg, to the shadow of the gallows, wrongly accused of a brutal murder. Now Tudor must expose the greed and villainy of this untamed town to net the real killer: a wolf in sheep's clothing whose next sacrificial lamb may be the very boy Cochran came to protect.

 

Mass Market Paperback - 280 pages Reprint edition (July 1998)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312966474 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.78 x 6.73 x 4.19

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Texas Freedom by Cameron Judd
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TEXAS FREEDOM

Bushrod Underhill and his three youngest sons must leave the home they've carved out on the Missouri frontier in order to search for the rest of the family who disappeared en route. But in a journey that will bring them up against madmen and killers, Bushrod and his boys cannot stop until they go gun-to-gun with a man who has built an empire on betrayal and violence--and who holds the key not only to their fate, but to the future of a free land called Texas.

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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.

Mass Market Paperback - 304 pages (December 1998)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312968094 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.86 x 6.79 x 4.23

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TIMBER CREEK

From the hard-baked southern plains to the treacherous Missouri Breaks, Luke McCan follows the only law that truly matters--the law of his heart. It's a hard and lonely trail for anyone, especially as Luke McCan pursues a notorious outrider named Evan Bridger, the cold-blooded killer who once saved Luke's life.

Mass Market Paperback - 240 pages Reprint edition (November 1998)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312967675 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.74 x 6.80 x 4.21

Cameron Judd


Bridge Burners; True Adventures of East Tennessee's Underground Civil War

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When the East Tennessee and Virginia Railway line was completed in 1SSS, dignitaries gathered in celebration as the final spike was hammered into the last tie in Greene County. Opening new doors of growth and economic development in the area, the railroad that proved such a peacetime boon would be-come a point of conflict only three years later. When the Civil War began, the line became a vital link in transporting Confederate troops and supplies from the deeper South into Virginia. The railroad was vulnerable, however; and East Tennesseans had voted more than two to one against secession. With so many hostile Unionists in the region, Confederate authorities were understandably worried about the rail lines and how to protect them. Inevitably the stage was set and on a cold Friday night, November 8, 1861, the Unionists proceeded with plans to burn the key railroad bridges of East Tennessee. How-ever, the promised Federal invasion did not come. From the "Prelude to Conspiracy" and a bold plan approved by President Abraham Lincoln, through the tragedy described in the "Aftermath," all of the peo-ple involved and all of the events are covered in de-tail. Written by a nationally known author of historical novels, this thoroughly researched, easy-to-read narrative tells the incredible true story of insur-rection gone wrong.

Paperback (December 1996)
Overmountain Press; ISBN: 1570720614 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.48 x 9.03 x 6.05

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