Speak for the Dead

Speak for the Dead

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by A. M. Harding
     
 

Who speaks for those with no voice of their own?

The suburb of Crawfield is a mire of neglect, crime, and petty vandalism. Still, all is not lost, not yet. There are those who bring justice to the streets. In a place without courts or trials, the vigilantes exact swift punishments on those the law has forgotten.

The past had been hard enough on Jade

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Overview

Who speaks for those with no voice of their own?

The suburb of Crawfield is a mire of neglect, crime, and petty vandalism. Still, all is not lost, not yet. There are those who bring justice to the streets. In a place without courts or trials, the vigilantes exact swift punishments on those the law has forgotten.

The past had been hard enough on Jade already. She had never wanted any trouble and, as long as she kept her head down, her life remained quiet and safe. After interrupting an assault on a woman she didn't even know, Jade has been changed forever. With nothing more than a hooded sweatshirt and a knife in her hand, she has joined the ranks of those taking moral right into their own hands.

In the dark labyrinth of Crawfield's alleys and abandoned buildings, it can be hard to see where right ends and wrong begins. When you break the law to uphold it, who gets to decide how far is too far?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044274068
Publisher:
A. M. Harding
Publication date:
01/23/2013
Series:
Streets of Crawfield , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
94,972
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Angell M. Harding is a caffeine addict from Brisbane, Australia. Her natural habitat is perched over her tablet in the nearest coffee shop or tea house, gazing into space in between furious bursts of typing.A voracious devourer of stories, Angell enjoys books, movies, and television series of all types except romance. When she's not writing, she pours her creative energies into drawing, painting, and sculpting.

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Speak for the Dead 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She only tries to bring "justice" to those who have been harmed. Altho some of her methods are unorthodox she gets the point across. It could have had more "closure" at the end though.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is strange and, in places, compelling. 4 stars The beginning was about grief. It was almost poetical. It struck a chord. then there was depression, violent vengeance, and,not finally, romance. The story was disjointed.  At only about 130 pages on Nook, it is worth a try.  It is not light reading but I think Ms Harding may someday  be exceptional
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book