A cover picture of Posse Justice is shown on the right side, over there, that way --------.
Sheriff Ocklund and his outnumbered posse play cat-and-mouse along the Green River after a bank robbery in the small town of High Bench.
I had an easier time publishing this than with The Bloody Gulch, which has some alignment errors and a couple of punctuation mistakes. Posse Justice came out much better.
The cover photo is a picture of my father (on the left) and his brother-in-law and can be either part of the posse in the story or part of the outlaws, as the reader may determine (or not). The photo was posted earlier on the blog, but I decided it would make a fine cover and used it here.
Even my better half says of this one: "It's the best one yet," and I have to agree with her.
Don't forget to order a copy for your own library, and it will be on Kindle before too long.
Posse Justice is the fifth and final novel in what I call the Uintah Basin series. I will now turn my attention to The Man from Hanksville, which I am proofing and rewriting parts of it.
(Note: Header photo is one of those holes in the rock in northern Arizona, Monument Valley area.)