Clinch River Justice by Alfred Patrick

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"In Clinch River Justice, a boy matures into manhood, falls in love, and
begins to fi nd his way in life. As an inexperienced but idealistic deputy
sheriff, this young man, Charley Scott, faces a rash of deaths in a normally
idyllic, peaceful Appalachian community in the early 1940s. These deaths of
neighbors and a beloved family member result when greed, passion, jealousy,
hopelessness, or utter disdain for the life or welfare of another human overcomes
some residents’ sense of fi delity and of right and wrong. In the young deputy’s
endeavors to apprehend killers and in his quest for justice, he learns how diffi cult
that simple concept is to achieve."

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Published June 12, 2013 by Xlibris. 304 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Keep to that line of thinkin’, though, and you’ll serve Powell County well.” Alfred Patrick’s captivating tale, Clinch River Justice, illustrates for readers how difficult and imperfect the pursuit of justice is in Powell County.

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