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Caywood Valley Feud (Penn & Mccutcheon) by  Judson Gray - Paperback - 2002-07-01 - from Vada's Book Store and

Caywood Valley Feud (Penn & Mccutcheon)

by Gray, Judson

Condition: Good

Signet, 2002-07-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. no markings light shelf wear spine good binding tight light fading of pages

Judson Gray is the pseudonym of an award-winning newspaper editor and reporter, well-known for his novels of the American frontier. He lives in Chuckey, Tennessee with his wife, Rhonda, and their three children.


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