Legal Injustice

Legal Injustice

Author: Kevin Montgomery

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

Published: 2015-10-22

Total Pages: 232

ISBN-13: 145753925X

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When a poor Missouri hill farmer’s wife leaves him and his three children for another man, the oldest son takes on the responsibility of helping his already overworked father raise his younger siblings at age ten. Battling the shame of small town rumors, gossip, and poverty, the oldest son earns his family the respect of their townsmen through athletic and military heroism as he grows older, only to see it torn apart by a spoiled rich kid who inherits most of the town from his wealthy grandfather. Out of boredom and greed, this spoiled young man devises a plan to seduce the whole county into growing massive amounts of marijuana to supply the most corrupt men in this country’s underworld. Money will buy almost anything in a small economically depressed town. The hill farmer’s son, now a Vietnam War hero, fights to save what is left of both his family and his corrupt hometown. This young man and his brothers battle the most powerful and influential man in Missouri, who has the law, the newspaper, and the citizens of the town in his back pocket, resulting in a massive man hunt and all-out war for this Vietnam War hero, who uses his Special Forces skills to escape and evade law enforcement while spending the winter in a cave. In the spring he finds true love in both the arms of the reporter sent to cover his story and in God in his almost hopeless battle against overwhelming odds. He destroys the local dope industry only to find he has to put his trust in three special women by turning himself in and letting them do his fighting in court to ultimately bring justice home and have a chance at a normal life with his newfound love.


Sons of Providence

Sons of Providence

Author: Charles Rappleye

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Published: 2007-05-15

Total Pages: 429

ISBN-13: 0743266889

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From the author of "American Mafioso" comes the story of the Brown brothers, leading slave merchants of Providence, Rhode Island, during the time of the American Revolution.


The Case of the Speluncean Explorers

The Case of the Speluncean Explorers

Author: Peter Suber

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2012-07-18

Total Pages: 132

ISBN-13: 1134666500

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The Case of Speluncean Explorers: Nine New Opinions includes a reprint of Lon Fuller's classic article and a much-needed revision of and addition to the five opening s originally expressed in the case by five Supreme Court Judges


The Law Of The Four Just Men

The Law Of The Four Just Men

Author: Edgar Wallace

Publisher: House of Stratus

Published: 2010-03-03

Total Pages: 174

ISBN-13: 0755122577

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The judge finds Jeffrey Storr guilty, not Stedland. As Storr's wife Grace leaves the court a foreign-looking gentleman introduces himself. Justice has failed and THE FOUR JUST MEN have stepped in. They will use their own laws to protect the innocent and will impose their own verdicts. There can be no appeal.