Law ManLarge Print - 2000
For eleven years he had been sheriff of this town, yet he wasn't sure he had the qualities it took to do a job of this size. The farmers did not trust him; the ranchers feared him because he stood in their way. Only one thing was certain: if he died tonight, no one else was capable of doing what must be done.
In a novel of unusual power, Lee Leighton tells the story of a town torn by seething hatred, and of a sheriff who has staked his life to protect a killer sentenced to hang in the morning.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall & Co., 2000, c1981.
Edition: Large print ed. --
Characteristics: 250 p. --