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Book: Justice for the Black Knight by Jerri Blair
"Justice for the Black Knight" won the 2015 Beverley Hills Book Award for Best Legal Thriller. It was awarded the prestigious star by Kirkus Reviews which called it "...superbly crafted...intricately detailed...a must read story of relationships, prejudice and bravery, a vivid paeon for justice." Red City Review wrote that it "...quite astutely tackles the topic of racism, combining the best [...]
 
Book: Black and White - Volume I of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
This dramatic legal thriller examines the impact of racism on the judicial system. Brilliant young trial attorney J.T. Lockman is appointed to represent an African American man accused of murdering a wealthy white man in a county where the Klan has ruled supreme for many years. His client, Lindsey Wilkens, is a proud family man believed by many to be innocent of the crime with which he's been [...]
 
Book: The Soweto Legacy by Lorry Lutz
The call came mid-morning. "Mother, this is Geoff. I've been arrested. Can't talk now. Please come right away." A click sounded and the call was disconnected. Marcia grasped the receiver so tightly a spasm of pain shot down her arm. Fear short-circuited her breath. Everything had been going so well. Pieter, her husband, was a rising politician in the South African government. Geoff, their eldest [...]
 
Book: The Locusts of Padgett County by Bert Goolsby
Andrew Beauchamp, a criminal prosecutor in the Deep South - during the early 1900s, prepares to prosecute Tobias Erscan for - a capital crime. Erscan, a black tenant farmer, stands accused - of sexually assaulting Lily Cato, a highly- respected white music - teacher and choir director. The town's animosity toward Erscan, further inflamed by a local newspaper and the Ku Klux Klan, makes its way [...]
 
Book: An Immoral Proposal - Forbidden Love Under Apartheid by Jennifer B. Graham
Picture this. She's from a lower socio economic family, left school at sixteen, works as clerk in a factory. He's from an affluent background, private school education, university degree, member of exclusive social clubs, home in the leafy suburbs. What's the likelihood of their having a relationship: Intimacy? - Probably not. Physical? - For sure. But would it last? Not a chance. In fact, [...]
 
Book: Justice In Cypress Bottom (Frontier Justice) by Doyle Turner
Ben Finch, now in his mid-twenties was orphaned as a boy of fifteen. Taken in to raise by a n old swamp rat uncle and a tribe of Houma Indians, he was taught all the ways of survival. Living in the swamp land of north western Louisiana and north eastern Texas, Ben decided he would explore further into Texas. Taking passage on a large steamboat, he headed upriver to the turnaround, at the port of [...]
 
Book: Working for Peace and Justice - Memoirs of an Activist Intellectual (Legacies of War) by Lawrence S. Wittner
A longtime agitator against war and social injustice, Lawrence Wittner has been tear-gassed, threatened by police with drawn guns, charged by soldiers with fixed bayonets, spied upon by the U.S. government, arrested, and purged from his job for political -reasons. To say that this teacher-historian-activist has led an interesting life is a considerable understatement. In this absorbing memoir, [...]
 
Book: Justice in America - How it Works - How it Fails by Russell F. Moran
From Kirkus Review - The goddess of justice is blind and deaf and very often dumb according to this savvy critique of the American legal system. Moran, a lawyer, journalist and founding editor of The New York Jury Verdict Reporter, knows firsthand the problems that plague American jurisprudence, and isn't afraid to point fingers. Topping his rogue's gallery are "incompetent idiots" on the bench, [...]
 
Book: The American Strangler by Robert M. Fleisher
"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers." -Dick the Butcher, William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 2, Act IV, Scene 2. Ron Rellick agrees. Simple and sweet. We all know how lots of people hate lawyers, especially if they have ever been sued. Dr. Ron Rellick loses everything, including his sanity, to a malpractice claim and goes homicidal. The title has a dual meaning... The legal system [...]
 
Book: Who Needs Justice? (Chris Seely Vigilante Justice Book 1) by Rex Bolt
(*This series contains some mature language and subject matter -- reader discretion advised.) If you happen to have a terminal disease... You might as well take some people with you. Chris is more or less a regular guy. But following an unexpected medical diagnosis, he approaches life differently. Meaning he makes a list on the back of a Starbucks receipt... ...of people who shouldn't be walking [...]
 
Book: Pure Justice by Linda L. Barton
Is it Revenge or Eye for an Eye Justice? No one wants to face such a decision. Unfortunately, life sometimes life gives us no other option. After the brutal murder of his friends, Ted Braxton decides to rid society of those who would harm the innocent then use the legal system to escape judgment. What would you do if someone you loved was murdered, and those guilty walked away without punishment? [...]
 
Book: Guilty-Self Defense - Justice or Revenge? by Winford Wallace
Crime, suspense, courtroom drama - Nothing ever happens in the sleepy cotton town of Colette, Arkansas, until a sequence of events triggers the homicide of a city marshal/constable. An easy conviction looms for Hank Carter, the toughest prosecutor in the state, on his way to becoming the Democrat candidate for governor. All that stands between Hank and a quick guilty verdict is a hasty defense [...]
 
Book: Justice for Joshua by Richard L. Wren
Josh and his ranger partner are just relaxing from another day patrolling the roads of Yosemite when he receives an emergency phone call from the Oakland Police department. He learns that his wife and daughter were shot in a senseless drive by shooting next to the Oakland train station and his wife might die. Enraged by the senselessness of the shooting and the failure of the police department to [...]
 
Book: No Justice (A Michael Sykora Novel) by Darcia Helle
Driven by grief, Michael Sykora started his life of killing in a blind rage. But then it became something he was good at. Even something he...liked. To most who know him, Michael is a software designer, a smart but average workaholic. To a chosen few, Michael is something else: a part-time hit man whose specialty is eliminating hard-core criminals. When Nicki, a close friend, finds herself in [...]
 
Book: Wheels of Justice and Other Stories by Les Williams
These stories stay with you. Memorable characters and memorable tales in a more than promising debut. Williams can WRITE. ~~Ed Gorman Les Williams' short stories are intriguing and always surprising. Don't miss this fine collection of mystery tales. ~~Livia J. Washburn (author of the bestselling Fresh Baked mystery series.) Les Williams is a wily storyteller who knows how to put a twist in the [...]
 
Book: Rookie Justice (Southern Justice Book 2) by Tori Scott
Deputy Cody Wills likes his job with the Greendale County Sheriff's Department, even though things are getting more dangerous in the small, East Texas county. But when Sheriff Rand McCade hires a few new deputies and changes some of the rules in response to the increasing crime rate, Cody finds himself saddled with a partner. And not just any partner--a female, straight out of the academy. If he [...]
 
Book: Cobasfang Justice Returns by David E Walker
Beyond theprotective barrier wall of razor bushes that surrounds Ty's home, lurk mightycreatures that devour anyone that trespasses into their world. A haunting land, filled with massive snakes, invisible spiders, giant monsters formed fromstone, and insect creatures so hideous and evil that they ride on the backs ofgiant rats to surround and devour their prey. Deep withinthis formidable land and [...]
 
Book: BURIED GOLD IN TEXAS (Justice In Cypress bottom) by Doyle Turner
BURIED GOLD IN TEXAS - After the rangers had raided the Tad Morton place, near Jefferson Texas, and cleaned out the outlaws he had harbored on his place. All that weren't killed in the fracas were sent to prison. The property went to the new state and Ben Finch filed claim to the abandoned property. He didn't realize, at the time, how hard it would be to hold on to the old outlaw hide out, and [...]
 
Book: Miscarriage Of Justice by Bruce A. Borders
The justice system is just a system, not a just system. Sentenced to fifteen years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Ethan Rafferty has one thing on his mind - payback! With his time up, the ex-con is free to pursue his mission of revenge. During the trial, the District Attorney, Mariana Clark, suppressed evidence that would've exonerated him and now is the focus of Ethan's vengeance. [...]
 
Book: Ultimate Justice - A Trey Fontaine Mystery by Ryder Islington
"Islington is a great storyteller. Weaving the protagonist's hunt for justice through the bayous of Louisiana culture was captivating." Bridget Gibson, Editor The Times-Tribune - Grant City, Missouri Special Agent Trey Fontaine has his hands full as he tries to juggle three different sets of cases in his hometown. While healing from a bullet wound, and on limited duty, he is charged with helping [...]
 
Book: Wheels of Justice (The Redwood Series Book 2) by Vickie Phelps
When Connie Knight applies for a job at McKinney's Fine Cars in her hometown of Redwood, Texas, she has no idea what she's getting into. Buford McKinney is a mean, evil bully who thinks women are the ground God made for men to walk on. The only reason she stays at McKinney's is the fear of being without a paycheck and ending up homeless. And then there's Rick McKinney, Buford's son. In spite of [...]
 
Book: Burning Justice (Alicia Yu, FBI, 1) by Helena Smrcek
Nora Martin is on the verge of opening a residential facility for first-time offenders. After years of planning, she'll finally be able to rescue young men from the violence of prison...or what has been their only alternative, the military. But a stranger in camouflage and combat boots marches through her front door, and claims to own her house, making it clear that he's not interested in letting [...]
 
Book: Aim for Justice by Ken C Dickson
In this fast-paced, emotionally taut, and inspiring true story, the author relates his struggles after an unplanned surgery and inexcusable treatment by medical and mental health professionals land him in a high-security psych ward, stripped of his right to bear arms. Despite his traumatic ordeal, he fights back to normalcy and then takes aim at the impossible: restoring his Second Amendment [...]
 
Book: A Spirited Justice by Betty Mermelstein
Karen comes across a nineteenth century newspaper article at college. It hints at the supposed stealing of a horse trophy by her ancestor, Thomas, even though there is no evidence. Thomas and his wife, Margaret, appear to Karen, as they have in the past, and she swears she will clear Thomas' name. Many strange and humorous situations with her dead relatives occur as Karen pursues her goal.
 
Book: Justice Owed by Dave P. Fisher
When Ryan and Tessa Monroe perish in their home's blazing inferno their three sons, long estranged from each other, return to Tucson for the funeral. Differences continue to divide them until two spent bullets, revealed in the hand of the undertaker, brings them to the shocking realization that their parents were murdered and the fire set to cover it. While the brothers search for who would [...]
 
Book: Patchwork Pieces - Sometimes natural justice is the only justice (Patchwork People series Book 3) by D.B. Martin
Concluding the award-winning trilogy... An explosive psychological thriller series for fans of Gone Girl and The Girl with No Past. For a British barrister to forsake the law, the reason must be serious. For him to step all the way outside of it, the reason must be deadly. Lawrence Juste is a very different man to the one everyone thought he was. He's a very different man to the one he thought he [...]
 
Book: Murder in Palm Beach - The Homicide That Never Died by Bob Brink
The sensational, real assassination of a prominent Palm Beach man by a Mafioso doing a favor for the president of the United States. The doorbell rings in the home of Rodger Kriger, quickly followed by a shotgun blast that shatters a window, cracking the calm of a cool January night. Kriger falls to the floor, mortally wounded, leaving a wife and six children.Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide [...]
 
Book: Ten-peelem et Transition au Burkina Faso - La terre et le ciel, auxiliaires de justice équitable (French Edition) by Justine M.P. Ouedraogo
Ce livre apporte une revelation pour une sortie de crise de la Transition en cours au Burkina Faso. En effet, apres voir approche tour a tour quelques autorites religieuses, coutumieres, politiques et administratives par des lettres ouvertes et par des publications sur Facebook, l'auteur s'adresse a present au peuple Burkinabe par le canal de ce livre afin que celui-ci sache que Dieu met a sa [...]
 
Book: Forbidden Legacy by Barbara Goss
Unspoiled by her beauty or wealth, Sarah Clarke travels an arduous journey by stagecoach to inherit the Arrow C cattle ranch left to her by the grandfather she never knew. However, the ranch foreman, a half-breed Indian called Storm, also claims legal ownership. The rugged, impassioned young man arouses conflicting emotions in Sarah. Because her own father was killed by Indians, she is first [...]
 
Book: THE SILVER CIRCLE by Daisy J. Perkins
When Oscar Williams was asked to marry Jessica Maddison, a woman he'd never met, his surprise at falling for her almost immediately was equaled only by the fact that she fell for him at approximately the same moment. But they were literally held hostage by the Silver Circle that appeared to suck them both in to its murky depths even as their passion for each other took them to dizzying heights. [...]
 
Book: Motion for Justice - I Rest My Case by Brian Vukadinovich
Rich in information, Motion for Justice: -- I Rest My Case shares Brian Vukadinovich's experiences and intimate knowledge of governmental and judicial corruption and what went on behind the scenes in Indiana for years in efforts to take away his freedom and livelihood as a teacher. Motion for Justice: -- I Rest My Case, in a straightforward, no-holds-barred style, will open your eyes to [...]
 
Book: African Tales by Adam Mann
Starting shortly interdependence in Nigeria in 1963 foreign experts from several disciplines are established to guide and train farmer families to improve their incomes and to develop their livelihoods. In their spare time there was little to do, so this novel explains some of their extra-mural activities.
 
Book: Kept by Tracey Lampley
Kate Mercer finds herself torn between two men. Suave attorney Carrington Grant, is ultra-controlling. Ex-NFL linebacker Lamar Burton has trust issues with Kate. Unknown to Kate, one of these men wants her dead. Kate is very flawed, and she knows it. So she leans on her two best friends who have her back. Or so she thinks. After unravelling herself from Carrington Grant, Kate focuses on her [...]
 
Book: 2-2-3 by Killarney Sheffield
"Have you ever felt dead even though you're very much alive? Sometimes I wonder if the apocalypse really happened, or if the world has always been as it is. Maybe my memories are just dreams and not reality... not this reality anyway." Ocean Delany wants the world to change, she's tired of the same old grey concrete existence, but on her eighteenth birthday a change happens she will regret [...]
 
Book: Justice for a Texas Marshall - Marshall Morris is at it again! by Robert John DeLuca
Marshall Morris is a unique young man who bounces from one bizarre predicament to another. He is on the football squad as a senior at Justice High in south Texas. The team is expected to have an awesome season. Unfortunately, coach Warren Wilson, decided long ago that Marshall will never amount to much and hardly ever lets him play. The coach is a a bully, who has favorites but no time for hard [...]
 


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