Another vote for epoxy. Be aware, it is thicker than titebond so if you add too much, it will take a lot of clamping pressure to get it to squeeze out and to get the parts properly seated. Ideally there's enough epoxy in there that the parts can get within 1/16" of being seated and then the clamping pressure will seat the last little bit. And if you're using a fast set epoxy, have your clamps, squares, etc all laid out and ready before you even start mixing. Also have alcohol and rags ready for clean up of the squeeze out. You won't have a lot of time once the mixing starts.