By: Herrald, Harley

Price: $8.75

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Multicolor spine with orange lettering. Illustration on front cover of man riding horse into town--illustration wraps around spine. Minor rubbing and edge wear. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; Will Jackson, once a Panhandle cowboy but now a self-educated lawyer, finds himself called and appointed a circuit judge. His self-doubts and rigid self-control will not allow him to tolerate any slovenly actions or incompetence in anyone who appears before him in court. He makes new friends as a judge and more than a few enemies.

The legal breakup of one family of boys over a seemingly minor incident provides much of the fabric of this story. Members of the vindictive family keep coming back into Will's life in ways not predictable.

Will's own family and friends both support and bedevil him throughout his service on the bench and provide constant background for his personal development.

Mountain Justice closes the trilogy, written not so much to portray the life of all who lived at the time, but rather to paint a vision of what might have been upon the canvas of what really was.

; 9" x 6"; 243 pages; 1930980973


Author Name: Herrald, Harley

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Orem, Utah, Granite Publishers, Inc: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 28614

Keywords: Mountain Justice Harley Herrald Mountain Home Sequel,