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Devil Wire / Brazos

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Devil Wire

By 1884, a new type of fencing called barbed wire—or, as ranchers deemed it, devil wire—is making more enemies than good neighbors in the American West. Jim Hartford, a failed farmer from Tennessee, is looking for a new beginning in Miles City, Montana. What he finds is a territorial disagreement that erupts in bloodshed. A local cattle baron has hired a renegade
Paperback, 496 pages
Published December 30th 2008 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published 2008)
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Oct 10, 2012 Jody rated it liked it
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First let me say that I thought Brazos was better than Devil Wire. Now I will tell you why. Brazos had more action and mystery in it. When I started Brazos, it seemed to grab me in the first few pages and before I knew it I was finished with that story. When I started Devil Wire it took me longer to get into it and at times I had to encourage myself to keep reading. In the last few chapters of Devil Wire it really takes off and I enjoyed greatly but to get to those last pages was a little work f ...more
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Cameron Judd is the author of more than 30 novels written under his own name and pseudonyms and is an award-winning newspaperman.. He got his start in 1980, on a lark, and has referred to himself elsewhere as a sort of unintentional novelist. He lives near Greeneville, Tennessee, with his wife.
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