The last in this set from Western Fictioneers is Nemesis by L. J. Martin. It is a revenge story that takes a little while to get going and picks up steam when it does. A man named McBain sets out to find the killers of his sister's family. There were her husband and two small daughters and herself that were rubbed out that day by the ruthless killers and McBain had made up his mind to find those skunks and kill 'em all, all five or six of 'em.
He rides into the small town of Nemesis near the ranch where the killers had come from, and soon found himself to be the town sheriff for killing the Everette brothers, even though they weren't the ones for whom he was looking. He didn't get along too well with the County Sheriff Wentworth, with whom he shared his office, but being a lawman, he had better access to the killers on the Lazy Snake Ranch owned by Mace Dillon. Dillon wanted the land that his sister's ranch sat on.
I really enjoyed this story as McBain finds the men he is looking for and gives them the justice he thinks necessary. It carried me right along and had a surprise or two as the author got closer to the end. I recommend it to all readers of westerns.
(Note: This set of novels looked as if it had been published in a hurry as the proofrerading part of the editing process was not carried out to perfection. All-in-all, it didn't detract too much from the storylines of the set, and I can't say they weren't entertaining.)