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  • Posted October 14, 2010

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    A Genuine Edge-Of-Your-Seat True-To-Life Thriller

    When Dr. Matt Hightower inadvertently prescribes too much medication for one of his patients, the last thing he expects is to suffer the most egregious penalty for the oversight - but that's exactly what happens...at the behest of an overly zealous District Attorney (D.A.) and a judge committed to appearing tough on crime, Matt suddenly finds himself fighting to preserve his life - and his sanity - from the oppressive confines of prison. Subject to the deadly whims of hard core criminals, not to mention the ongoing torture of sadistic prison guards, Matt struggles to maintain his quickly fading peace of mind - and perhaps the only thing that can keep him alive is the growing list of enemies upon whom he swears revenge for his tortuous fall from grace...

    Fresh off the success of his highly acclaimed debut offering, In The Flesh, author Paul Nelson returns with another bona fide hit in To Kill A Judge. Rife with enrapturing layers of intrigue, Nelson's compelling tale of a wronged soul's quest for vengeance proves impossible to put down, as the reader is sure to find him/herself rapt in the twisted folds of Matt's fate. Furthermore, Nelson does a superb job of bringing the dregs of the American prison system to vivid life, highlighting the sheer decadence and unchecked corruption of incarcerated life in such disturbing detail that, after reading it, one can only pray that he/she is never forced to endure Matt's abhorrent misfortune.

    Raw, riveting, and shockingly real, To Kill A Judge is a genuine edge-of-your-seat true-to-life thriller. A highly recommended read.


    Renee Washburn
    Apex Reviews

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