The road to hell is paved with good intentions,and Rick Bullock is about to learn just how true that is. Bullock takes the road less traveled when he quits his job as an advertising executive to become director of a homeless shelter. Trading in a six-figure salary for paltry pay and even less respect? Costly. But helping one man get back on his feet? Priceless. When Zeus, a mentally challenged gentle giant and longtime shelter resident, is arrested for murdering evangelist Benjamin Kurios, Bullock wants answers.
Convinced Zeus is incapable of such a horrific act, Bullock, along with a colorful cadre of characters, sets off on a journey to keep an innocent man off death row. The trip takes a disturbing detour when the bizarre group stumbles upon a transcript of the Book of Nathan and the discovery attracts the sinister attentions of a Jersey mobster, pro-life and pro-choice groups, and a billionaire used to getting his way.
Fun little adventure into conspiracy and corruptions. The story is light and entertaining and while it centers around one of America’s largest political hot topics, the author doesn’t express favor for either side of the argument and it only serves as a driving force and background for the story.