Oct. 17, 2012
-- Huntsville, TX — Bloodshed and early territorial justice color Larry E. Keele’s latest book about the survival and success of early generations. Tejas Justice, Keele’s fourth book, comes in over three hundred pages giving the reader plenty of time to sink into the trials and tributes of the colonizing the old west.
A man’s novel of tribes and development of the southwest keep the reader thoroughly involved. A variety of characters starting out in a matriarchal society evolve with the inclusion of other families making their way by wagons to the Pacific coast. Mayhem and keeping order by extreme measures fill the chapters of this adventure.
Keele is the same author who published Novel Construction, a fictional look at how to write a novel. Keele explains his way of writing to encourage others to follow their dreams. He is currently working on an anthology of three novellas.
Huntsville Press announces the book is now available both in trade paperback and eBook formats at Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/Tejas-Justice-Larry-Keele/dp/147936...
or Barnes & Noble.com.