The Quest of Brady Kenton

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Cameron Judd

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Western reporter Brady Kenton has made his living with the power of his pen--capturing the conflict and the courage of the American frontier. But there's one story that has always eluded Kenton: the truth behind his wife's purported death in a fiery train crash. Victoria Kenton's body was never found. Now, a nervous young Englishwoman has shown up in Leadville, telling Kenton's sidekick, Alex Gunnison, that she is the reporter's long-lost daughter--and that she knows Victoria's fate. But before Gunnison can bring the girl to Kenton, a Texas manhunter warns him, calling the woman an insane killer who is spreading lies across the frontier. In a land where fact is stranger than fiction, Brady Kenton is going to have to take a chance. He is sure that the truth is close at had. And so is a killer--or two... from bestselling author Cameron Judd comes The Quest of Brady Kenton.

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Cameron Judd

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.

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The Quest of Brady Kenton
Cameron Judd

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April 2014
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ISBN: 9781466867710
ISBN10: 146686771X
288 pages
$7.99
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