Lieutenant Josh Williams is back in this latest thriller from Joe Broadmeadow, Silenced Justice...
When his former boss, retired Lieutenant Chris Hamlin, asks him to reopen an old case, Josh uncovers the shocking truth behind an innocent man's death in prison.
In 1972, Darnell Grey, accused of a series of rapes and a homicide, is beaten to death in the prison while awaiting trial. As a black man accused of crimes against white women, a justice system intent on vengeance uses all its resources to secure his imprisonment. Evidence of his innocence is ignored, witnesses manipulated, and the truth locked away, putting him into a racially volatile prison system.
With his death, his memory and the case against him fades into the past. Determined to bring the matter to light, the deeper Josh looks into the case, the more dangerous it becomes for him and those he loves. Discovering a darker, more sinister conspiracy in play, Josh risks everything to uncover the truth - a truth that unveils hollowness and corruption at the very core of government and our Justice System.
©2015 Joe Broadmeadow (P)2015 Joe Broadmeadow
Book was very interesting and kept my interest. Narration added a whole new dimension and made characters come to life. Narrator did a great job and made the whole experience extremely enjoyable! It was like watching a play in my mind!
It reminded me of somewhat of Earl Emerson and Michael Saunders.
This was my first experience with Brian Callanan's performance, but I must say it was excellent! I look forward to listening to more books narrated by Brian!
Not really, I just enjoyed the whole story.
This was an amazing book! Kept me on the edge of my seat. Listened to it every day during my commute. The narrator was awesome. I'm now going to look for other books by the same author.
Brian Callanan did an outstanding job with the accents! There were a lot characters in this story and keeping them straight would have been more difficult if the narrator had not done such great work differentiating them.
Josh was my favorite character because he operates with integrity but is willing use nontraditional means to reach his objectives. He is likable and I enjoyed how he is driven by doing the right thing.
No- but hope to in the future.
I hesitate to answer because I do not want to provide spoilers- but Josh's interactions with the victims were particulary poignant.
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