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 a harsh and beautiful frontier.
The year-old mining town had a rich vein of silver and a heart of darkness. For in the middle of Snow Sky was a man possessed by hatred and violence, and passing himself off as a minister. Now Tudor Cochran, the honest husband of a worried woman, has come to Snow Sky to ask some questions about a sad-looking boy who stopped at the Cochrans' inn. And what Cochran finds in Snow Sky is a gathering of enemies, strangers and conspirators who have all come together around one man's violent past and deadly future. For Cochran, there is only one way out of Snow Sky: by helping an outgunned sheriff separate the truth from a storm of lies-and the innocent from the damned...
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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 one of today's foremost authors 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.