Free Today: The Exonerated Trilogy
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: The Exonerated Trilogy
All three books in the fast-paced legal thriller trilogy ‘Exonerated’, by bestselling author JC Ryan.Judgement CallAndy Gibbons had been sentenced to life in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. After ten years inside he had abandoned all hope and resigned himself to the fact that he would remain there for the rest of his life.But the fact that Andy has admitted defeat and thrown in the towel didn’t mean his wife, Jamie, did.Disillusioned and worn out by the justice system, the Honorable Judge Regan St Clair was just about to pack in too when a letter from Jamie Gibbons arrived on her desk…Before long Regan St Clair and Jake Westley, a former Special Forces operator, stumble into a quagmire world of deceit and menace. A world where nothing is as it seems, and no one and nothing can be trusted.Is Andy Gibbons really innocent? Can he be exonerated? At what price?Damned If You Do Damned If You Don’tConrad Wilson, an ex-detective, had less than a month to live. The date of his execution, by lethal injection, was scheduled for the 1st June. All legal avenues had been exhausted — the Governor of New Hampshire refused to review his case.The only problem was; Conrad Wilson was innocent, but no one cared. Or rather, everyone that cared wanted him executed. His only chance to escape certain death was Judge Regan St Clair and Jake Westley. Did they have enough time to stop the execution?Jake and Regan quickly discovered a number of holes in the Wilson case — tampering with forensic evidence, an alibi that stood up to scrutiny… It was evident that Wilson was innocent, he certainly didn’t kill his mistress as was alleged. Someone has gone to great lengths to shift the blame onto an innocent man. But why were so many people desperate to see him dead — for a crime he didn’t commit? Who was the real killer? Was Wilson framed in order to let the real killer get away?Or was there some truth in what Pavo, one of the Organization bosses said: everyone is guilty of something?The End Justifies The MeansJessie Bell’s last parole hearing was a disgrace—one board member called her a witch and a harpy, and said that given the chance, he would have her put down like a rabid dog.Ten years in prison for killing her sadistically abusive husband had turned Jessie Bell into a poisoned, embittered, and dangerous person. The parole hearing was the straw that broke the camel’s back. It was payback time. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth? No, not for Jessie Bell. Her version of justice wasn’t just about getting even. It was about taking back twice as much as had been taken from you. Two eyes for one. Justice meant redressing all the imbalances—and putting out only one eye didn’t compare to the loss of all the advantages of losing two eyes.Fortunately, Jessie is offered the position of the late Pavo, Regan’s Uncle Paul, in the Organization. And she accepted it.
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