Revenge on Shadow Trail

Author(s): Cameron Judd
Series: Carrigan Brothers Series No: 2
Genre: Western
Imprint: Western
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (5.35 hours)
Product Number: Z09716
Released: Dec 19, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490653822
Narrator/s: Pete Bradbury
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More than one million copies of author Cameron Judd's titles are in print and he has been a finalist for a Spur Award. This follow- up to the popular Shootout in Dodge City (W1012) will likewise thrill fans and take them back to the days of the Wild West. The Carrigan brothers are searching for their uncle in Montana. What seems like a straightforward journey becomes dangerous when they realize that someone is tracking them and aiming for their lives!


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Revenge on Shadow Trail
Product Number: BX00033735
Product Number:Z09716
Product Number:CW026

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Author(s): Cameron Judd
Narrator(s): Pete Bradbury
Genre: Western
Product Number CW026
Released: Oct 28, 2004
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402594922

Professional reviews

"Pete Bradbury's presentation is rather refined for the story of two Irish boys from Tennessee on their way to Montana, but Joseph and Liam Carrigan are extraordinary young men. The Carrigans' wild adventure in seeking a long-lost uncle begins with a train wreck and includes beautiful women, gunfighters, lawmen, town drunks, and treachery at every turn. Bradbury consistently differentiates among the motley cast of characters, providing suitable drama and staying involved with the tale. His voice is easy to listen to and effectively delivers the emotions of the life-and-death struggles in this classic Western. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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