I've just received my complimentary copies of the large print paperback version of Sheriff Without a Star. The bloke in the picture looks tough enough, although I was amused by the decision to advertise a book called Sheriff Without a Star by depicting a sheriff with a star. The book is my 18th Linford Western and it'll be available in all good libraries from the end of the July.
Cassidy Yates had been stripped of his Sheriff's star by the townsfolk of Monotony. Leland Matlock's son had died, due to his error of judgement. Then Leland, ready to reveal information that could have shed new light on the sheriff's downfall, was shot. Cassidy believed that Leland's shooting was connected to the death of his son. So, rising to the challenge to uncover the link, Cassidy endeavoured to get that star pinned back on his chest where it belonged.