THE THRILLING CONCLUSION OF THE CARRIGAN BROTHERS SERIES HELL ON THE RANGE Liam and Joseph Carrigan's quest to find their long-lost Uncle Patrick ends when they finally reach western Montana. Their joyful reunion is short-lived, however, as Patrick is embroiled in a bloody land war with powerful rancher Bret Ellison. Liam and Joseph take up their uncle's cause in their own ways: Liam leaning toward hard action, and Joseph wanting to use diplomacy to find out why Ellison despises their uncle so viciously. After Joseph's attempts at playing peacemaker lead to his being taken hostage by Ellison, Patrick valiantly turns himself over in exchange for his nephew, placing himself at the mercy of his worst enemy. Now, after enduring all the trials of the trail, the Carrigans risk losing the only family they have left. Their last hope is a daring shoot-and-run rescue that can only end with one side the final victor -- and the other side dead.
Camerson Judd is the author of more than thirty 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.