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Lone Calder Star

Calder Saga, Book 9
Narrated by: Mil Nicholson
Series: Calder Saga, Book 9
Length: 8 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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New York Times bestselling author Janet Dailey journeys to the Lone Star state and the Cee Bar Ranch, where the Calders face a new threat to their land and way of life.

Quint Echohawk is a lawman, not a rancher, but he's a Calder through and through. And when someone sets out to undermine the Calders' Texas outfit, it's time for him to step in and investigate.

From the moment Quint's boots touch Texas dirt, it's clear that everyone in town is running scared from Max Rutledge, the ruthless owner of a competing ranch. Posing as a cowboy looking for work, Quint has no one to trust but "Empty" Garner and his granddaughter, Dallas. In Empty, Quint finds a steadfast ally; in Dallas, Quint finds something more--the promise of a future.

In a town where betrayal lies around every corner, where every unlocked door, thrown punch, or suspicious fire is just a hint of deadlier things to come, the Calders will be tested as never before. And this time, it could cost them more than their land…it could cost them everything.

©2005 Janet Dailey (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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good Great story series. can't wait for the next.

I loved the story, I have read the entire series. my only problem and I have said it be forever. The accents don't fit the characters. Quint had a Scottish accent, All Wrong .

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Another great Calder saga.

Story held my attention, but as stated in all my previous reviews of the Calder series the narrator leaves a lot to be desired. In no way should a story about cattle, horses and cowboys should be Read by a Scottish woman. It certainly took away from the book and all the hard work Janet Daily put into writing it.