Rough Justice by Brad Smith
A new Canadian crime series (Carl Burns)

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A slow-burning tale of vigilante justice leading to a satisfying ending that relies equally on convenient coincidence and the audience’s wishes.
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Carl Burns returns to his hometown to uncover a viper’s nest of corruption and dark secrets in this tense and twisting novel of suspense: first in a brand-new series.

After ten years’ absence and a spell in prison, Carl Burns has returned to his hometown of Rose City to offer support to his estranged daughter Kate, currently one of four witnesses testifying against former Mayor Joseph Sanderson III, who stands accused of multiple counts of underage rape.

Carl is determined to get justice for Kate, whatever it takes. But with his former sister-in-law Frances his only ally, he finds himself incurring the wrath of powerful enemies as he attempts to uncover the shocking truth beneath the layers of corruption and lies which engulf the town.
 

About Brad Smith

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Brad Smith was born and raised in southern Ontario, and now lives near the north shore of Lake Erie. He is the author of seven previous novels, including three Virgil Cain mysteries, All Hat, which was made into a major feature film, and One-Eyed Jacks, which was shortlisted for the Dashiell Hammett Award.
 
Published February 1, 2016 by Severn House Digital. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Nov 19 2015

A slow-burning tale of vigilante justice leading to a satisfying ending that relies equally on convenient coincidence and the audience’s wishes.

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