Justice Delivered

Justice Delivered
Author : Bill Sambito
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages : 328
Release : 2010-05
ISBN 10 : 9781450094597
ISBN 13 : 1450094597
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

In Justice Delivered, Jake Moyer is a young Marine Corps offi cer who is involuntarily assigned to a covert Special Operations unit comprised of Marines and CIA operatives. After a decade of service and numerous missions, Major Moyer becomes disenchanted with his occupation and after falling in love with Janet Rung, he resigns from the military to get married and establish a charitable foundation with his multimillion dollar family fortune. While Jake is on his honeymoon, his father is murdered in a senseless shooting by members of a Los Angeles area gang. Although it quickly becomes evident who is responsible for the shooting, the police cannot gather suffi cient evidence to make an arrest. Jake with the cooperation of an L.A. Detective, recruits a former member of his special operations team and they begin to obtain evidence which leads them to discover that these gang members are just pawns in a major drug operation. After Jake sets up a sting operation, the ring leaders and major players are arrested by the police and his father's killers are lured into the desert where justice is delivered. The twists and turns make this much more than just a murder revenge plot.


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