Mobley's Law, A Mobley Meadows Novel
by Gerald Lane Summers
Newly appointed U.S. Circuit Court Judge Mobley Meadows finds a way to prevent war between Union and Confederate factions when the Governor of Texas, Edmund Jackson Davis, refuses to step down after being defeated in the election of 1873. Mobley must weigh his sense of honor and morality against the demands of the law, the spectre of war, and the survival of his closest friends and deputies.