Compared to such Western giants as Max Brand, Luke Short, and Louis L'Amour, he has been called the New Voice of the Old West. With over one million of his books in print, Cameron Judd powerfully brings to life, as no one else can, the struggles of a generation of Americans on harsh and beautiful frontier.
He was young and green when he rode out from his family's Wyoming ranch, a boy sent to bring his wayward brother home to a dying father. Now, Tucker Corrigan was entering a range war. A beleaguered family, a powerful landowner, and Tucker's brother, Jack-a man seven years on the run-were all at the center of the storm. So was a beautiful young woman. Taking sides, taking chances, and picking up a gun amidst strangers, Tucker Corrigan had put himself between the deadliest of enemies. And somewhere within the violence, the jealousy, and the love, a young man finds out what it will take to ride home again...
About the Author
Writing with power and authority, Cameron Judd captures the spirit and adventure of America's frontier traditions in his fast-paced, exciting novels. Not since Louis L'Amour's Sackett series has a writer brought to life the struggles, tragedies, and triumphs of our early pioneers with such respect and dignity. With over one million of his books in print, Cameron Judd is truly the new voice of the Old West. He makes his home with his wife and family in Chuckey, Tennessee.
Cameron Judd is the author of more than 30 published historical and Western novels, and is an award-winning newspaperman. Two of his novels, Crockett of Tennessee and The Canebrake Men, were national finalists in the annual Spur Awards competition of Western Writers of America. He lives near Greeneville, Tennessee, with his wife.