Last of the Robbers Roost Outlaws by Tom McCourt
In the early 1900s much of southern Utah was still untamed, unnamed, and unexplored. To a bold adventurous boy like Bill Tibbetts, the place was magic. Cowboys still bucked-out wild horses and chased renegade bands of Indians that skulked through mountain shadows or up canyons cradling ancient cliff dwellings.
The story of Bill Tibbetts, who overcame the travails of being a wanted man in a hostile land, is a nostalgic read of hard times in the old west. This book is an exciting tale of one man’s journey: his grit, his gumption, his loyalty to the land and family.