When he heard the answer to the question the nurse asked, he knew that Justice was served! He whispered under his breath, 'For you, Son.
Author: Lonikaye Harkless
In 1961 a white woman is murdered and a young man whom she has taken under her wing and treated as a son is arrested and later executed. Almost forty years later one of his young cousins begins a quest to clear his name. Justice Served is based on a true story of love, prejudice, infidelity, and murder.
Don't miss any of these exciting stories from Thriller 2: The Weapon by Jeffery Deaver Remaking by Blake Crouch Iced by Harry Hunsicker Justice Served by ...
Author: Mariah Stewart
Prepare for edge-of-your-seat suspense in this Thriller Short. Originally published in THRILLER 2 (2009), edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Clive Cussler. In this propulsive Thriller Short, bestselling author Mariah Stewart spins a tale of justice and revenge about a young woman who does what people only think about doing in their darkest moments. A night of drinking turns to tragedy when Deanna Bradley drives her intoxicated coworker, Jessie, home and into the clutches of a marauding gang. Witnessing the attack from her car, Deanna is frozen with fear. And when she does react, it’s with the greatest cowardice imaginable. She hits the gas and drives away. Consumed by guilt and shame, she embarks on a mission of revenge to bring down the men who traumatized Jessie. It’s an errand of violence and death that leads to a shocking conclusion—an ending no one saw coming. Don’t miss any of these exciting stories from Thriller 2: The Weapon by Jeffery Deaver Remaking by Blake Crouch Iced by Harry Hunsicker Justice Served by Mariah Stewart The Circle by David Hewson Roomful of Witnesses by R.L. Stine The House on Pine Terrace by Phillip Margolin The Desert Here and the Desert Far Away by Marcus Sakey On the Run by Carla Neggers Can You Help Me Out Here? by Robert Ferrigno Crossed Double by Joe Hartlaub The Lamented by Lawrence Light Vintage Death by Lisa Jackson Suspension of Disbelief by Tim Maleeny A Calculated Risk by Sean Chercover The Fifth World by Javier Sierra Ghost Writer by Gary Braver Through a Veil Darkly by Kathleen Antrim Bedtime for Mr. Li by David J. Montgomery Protecting the Innocent by Simon Wood Watch Out for My Girl by Joan Johnston Killing Time by Jon Land Boldt’s Broken Angel by Ridley Pearson
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Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
Fourth in the Justice Series. The hunt for an informant in the ranks draws Lieutenant Rebecca Frye, her lover Doctor Catherine Rawlings, and Officer Dellon Mitchell into a deadly game of hide and seek with an underworld kingpin who traffics in human souls. Newly promoted Detective Lieutenant Rebecca Frye once again assembles her unorthodox team of lovers and friends to bring the hunt for a deadly informant in the police department to justice. Aided by JT Sloan, a cyber sleuth with a personal score to settle, Rebecca soon discovers the conspiracy extends far beyond the police department into the underworld of those who trade in human souls. Pressured by her superiors, driven by the private need to avenge her murdered partner, and determined to succeed, she must put one officer’s life at risk and her own heart on the line.
Janette Rucker. Justice served Justice served Janette Rucker.
Author: Janette Rucker
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This story is about a young girl who had to grow up quick and fast living in the safe and comfortable arms of a loving family not knowing of the horrors out in the world. Chrystal had to learn to love and trust again after she had been lied and cheated on and made to feel that she was nothing. Chrystal would find out that she had angels watching over her and there was always a reason for her horrible situations but she would pay a terrible price to learn. My name is Janette A Rucker and one night in my deepest hour I sat down and started writing and I haven’t been able to stop and this is my very first book. Writing makes me happy and I want to share my joy with all of you and I hope this book and the others brings a smile to your face and that the message I put there about my God will touch somebody’s heart but like I always say I try to keep it real when I tell a story. So hopefully you will enjoy this book and the others I have written and the more to come. God bless you all JAR.
James Jones. STREET JUSTICE SERVED STREET JUSTICE SERVED JAMES JONES.
Author: James Jones
Publisher: Author House
This heartbreaking story starts in a place called the criminal circle where you will meet those who will capture you, judge you and then sentence you under the laws of Street Justice. It follows Taylor and Dogg two young handsome men on a perilous journey from Texas to New York meeting many characters such as Elephant Man, Sugar Daddy and Reverend Omar among many others. It is not an easy story to tell because of the pain, suffering and bloodshed that remind us of the terrifying events that are happening in our neighborhoods every day.
Author: Told by Ruth Grace and Written by Nancy HoffmanPublish On: 2010-11-10
Was Justice Served? For the Brutal Murder of Former TIME Magazine Writer/Reporter Julie R. Grace R Told by Ruth Grace and Written by Nancy Hoffman by NNan ...
Author: Told by Ruth Grace and Written by Nancy Hoffman
Category: Family & Relationships
During her career, Julie Grace worked for several political icons, including Paul Simon, Alan Dixon, Joseph Kennedy, Walter Mondale, and Jimmy Carter. In 1991, she accepted a job with TIME magazine, where she specialized in social issues and was touted as one of TIME’s best human drama reporters. Although Julie appeared to have a solid career, her world began to crumble when the stresses of her job became more than she could handle. In order to cope, she turned to alcohol. Eventually her addiction cost her the job. It was then that she sought help in an alcohol rehabilitation program. There, she met George Thompson, and they soon developed an extremely close relationship. Unfortunately, the relationship was rocky and George physically abused Julie on numerous occasions. Tragically, on May 20, 2003, the abuse ended when Julie died three days after one of their abusive encounters. George initially confessed to her murder but when his case went to trial, he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter rather than first degree homicide. Ruth Grace, Julie’s mother, was shocked. She blamed the Illinois judicial system for miscarriage of justice. Now, with the help of author Nancy Hoff man, she examines her daughter’s case in detail. Read the witnesses testimonies and judge for yourself—Was Justice Served?
She said that in her mind, Hewitt has served his sentence and she was unconcerned whether he would face jail ... Not everybody believes justice has been served.
Author: Jamaine Krige
Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa
Category: True Crime
In 1992, former Grand Slam tennis champion Bob Hewitt was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. In 2012, he was indefinitely suspended following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct from women he coached as young girls. On 23 March 2015, Hewitt was found guilty of two counts of rape and one of sexual assault after a watershed trial that has changed the legal landscape and how the South African judicial system prosecutes historic rape. This book takes the reader behind the scenes of the trial that shook the foundations of the international sporting world. It follows the case against Hewitt instituted by Suellen Sheehan and two fellow accusers, only a few of the dozens of survivors who allegedly suffered abuse at his hands. The result was a six-year prison sentence handed down to the frail 75-year-old, more than 30 years after his crimes. Justice Served? The Trial and Conviction of Bob Hewitt covers various perspectives of the trial, from that of the state prosecutor to the defence advocate and other key role-players, includes Hewitt’s appeal of sentence in 2016, and chronicles the spectacular fall from grace of a world-famous tennis legend.
RAVE REVIEWS OF JUSTICE SERVED “A clever mystery with many suspects.... Vividly written, this book holds the reader‟s attention and speeds along.
Author: R. Barri Flowers
Publisher: R. Barri Flowers
Male batterers of women are being beaten to death by a bat-wielding female vigilante. Each victim had recently been on trial for domestic violence-related charges, but was set free through plea bargains, technicalities, or acquittal. Two Portland Police Bureau Detectives--Sergeant Ray Barkley and his partner Detective Nina Parker--investigate the killings. Among the list of suspects is Criminal Court Judge Carole Cranston, who presided over the trials of all the victims and has dark secrets she is in no hurry to share. Barkley quickly develops an attraction to the beautiful Carole, and vice versa, even as the case heats up and more signs begin to point toward Carole as the serial killer the press has dubbed The Vigilante Batterer Killer. Nina, who had a brief affair with Barkley, is determined to prove Carole is the killer. But is she? As the body count rises, no one seems safe. That includes Barkley, who is targeted by the killer. Can he survive? Or will he be forced to take his turn at bat?
John Burton is the only survivor of the brutal attack on him and his friends off the coast of a small island in the Bahamas Fully recovered from his gunshot wounds, John heads for Miami in hopes of finding the killers of his wife and friends. There, he meets up with an unlikely partner, and the two of them track down the killers. Bent on revenge, John plans the assassination of each member of the pirate crew. But after meeting Miranda in Miami, John has a change of heart. He contacts FBI Agent Sally Martin with a plan so outrageous that it reaches the president of the United States. With the president’s approval, the FBI, the DEA, and John can issue a crippling blow to the illicit drug traffic along the entire eastern seaboard of the United States. In the process, John can even earn his freedom.
Justice is Served is a fast-paced, tongue-in-cheek, comic-book-fiction inspired novel in two parts, about Jack Jones - an emotionally damaged, deeply conflicted criminal defence paralegal who decides to take the law into his own hands as ...
Author: M.W. Leeming
Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd
Justice is Served is a fast-paced, tongue-in-cheek, comic-book-fiction inspired novel in two parts, about Jack Jones - an emotionally damaged, deeply conflicted criminal defence paralegal who decides to take the law into his own hands as costumed vigilante, ‘The Revengelist’.
However, when a crime boss was also executed, a $2.5 million reward was offered for the identity of CCG members. Does the reward work, or does it solidify the membership even more?
Author: Thomas D Williams
Publisher: Xlibris Us
Violent crime in New York City had grown too much for the state's criminal justice system to follow through with death penalties bogged down by the appeals process. Often, prisoners convicted of first-degree murder were given cushiony jobs while waiting for their cases to be heard. Lower-court judges were especially frustrated when they noted that several repeated offenders were "back on the street." And it was primarily out of frustration that a secret organization was formed. The Concerned Citizens Group (CCG) was composed of twelve New Yorkers whose prime purpose was to decrease the percentage of violent crimes. And the method that the CCG chose caused it to be targeted by the NYPD, the FBI, and the mafia. Over just eighteen months, the organization publicly announced-and carried out-the execution of prisoners convicted of murder in the first degree. However, when a crime boss was also executed, a $2.5 million reward was offered for the identity of CCG members. Does the reward work, or does it solidify the membership even more?
Collects Captain America (1968) #318-332, Annual #8; Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #278; material from Marvel Fanfare (1982) #29, #31-32.
Author: Mark Gruenwald
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Collects Captain America (1968) #318-332, Annual #8; Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #278; material from Marvel Fanfare (1982) #29, #31-32. Cap faces a Scourge on the Marvel Universe! A super villain serial killer is on the loose, marking every death with the enigmatic epitaph: "Justice is served!" As the bodies pile up, can the Living Legend take down this Scourge of the Underworld before there are no more criminals left to fight? And if Scourge wasn't enough, there's Blue Streak, Flag-Smasher and the Slug to contend with! Other heroes can be just as much trouble -like enthusiastic D-Man, savage Wolverine and misguided vigilante Super-Patriot! But the government itself might strike the final blow!
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