Book: Silenced Justice - A Josh Williams Novel by Joe Broadmeadowcategories: Book, Crime, Legal, Racism, Police, Corruption, Cops, Politics, Injustice, Thriller
Joe Broadmeadowabout this book: Silenced Justice is a compelling and provocative novel dealing with political ambition, corruption of the judicial system, and horrors of racial prejudice. Lieutenant Josh Williams re-opens an old case and discovers the depths some will go to hide the truth.
The investigation uncovers a web of lies and deceit that permeate the highest levels of government. Discovering a conspiracy of unimaginable breadth, Williams dogged pursuit of the truth puts those he loves, and himself, in grave danger.
The book will be of great interest to fans of police drama laced with an intricate plot.
My experience as a police officer for over twenty years provided an extensive base of knowledge and direct exposure to those infected by political corruption and abuse of power.
"If you like Robert Parker's, Spencer for Hire, you will love this author's work" (Amazon 5 star review)
I wrote this book, and my earlier novel Collision Course, to start a public discourse about the issue of racism and racial prejudice within the Law Enforcement profession. The only way to address a problem is to acknowledge it exists and bring it to the forefront of discussions.
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