Protect The Innocent

Protect The Innocent

by Jim Calaway

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Overview

Protect The Innocent by Jim Calaway

The public's outrage with pedophiles makes this thought-provoking novel extremely relevant for today's reader. The plot, set in Northeast Mississippi, reflects the provocative details of Detective Shaun Sullivan's determination to understand and deal with the influx of pedophiles in to his area.The antagonist, a convicted pedophile returns and threatens Shaun's family forcing him to make decisions he would have never considered under normal circumstances.A new dynamic enters the plot when a serial killer targets pedophiles. The writer writer's effective use of interior monologue guides the reader though the memories, thoughts and perceptions as they flow they flow through the character's mind endearing the character's to the reader.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013693890
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 11/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 281
File size: 369 KB

About the Author

Jim Calaway, born in Lawton, Oklahoma, graduated from Laneri High School in Fort Worth Texas, attended college at Arlington State.He spent years traveling the country on industrial start-ups finally settled in Columbus, Mississippi as a Process Control Engineer in the Paper Industry. He retired after twenty years to pursue his lifelong dream to write and publish the novel he had carried around in his mind for years. However, enraged by endless reports of attacks on children, he put that dream on hold to pen "Protect the Innocent." His book is available on-line at Amazon.com., Kindle, Barnes and Noble and other on-line book sellers.

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Protect The Innocent 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Timely subject, quick paced, great descriptions of MS, with the cajun touch thrown in. Would have loved to have a little more character developement & background stories to tie it all together. Would love to see this become a series to allow for the developement & evolution of the main characters & the "special ops" team. The author has good insight & presented a good solid first novel. Keep up the good work! Let's see what comes next, sha!
Melissa_Chase More than 1 year ago
This Book was truly a great book to read and a great eye opener to the things that are going on in are world. I would recommend everyone to read the book Protect The Innocent. It Took me a while to get started and then when I did I didn't want to put the book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very good book. The way the story comes together is great too! Reading about the bayous and swamps made feel as if I were there with the authors concise descriptions. I sure hope this becomes a series. I would love to see where the author will take us next! Great job and congrats!
one800fish More than 1 year ago
Just finished reading Jim Calaway's novel "Protect The Innocent". Awesome !!!!! Great job Jim !! Took me a while to get started but once I did , I couldn't put it down.Congrats Jim on a job well done.Highly recommend reading. All I need now is my code name !!
RLCRN More than 1 year ago
The Natural flow and the sequence of events in this story keep you enthrawled and wondering what is gonna happen next! I could not put this one down...would recommend this book to anyone. Cant wait to read Mr. Calaway's next book! (Please let there be a next book)
T_Moore More than 1 year ago
I was unable to put this book down after I began to read it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do not let the term "First Time Author" deter you. The powerful, timely novel will leave you clamoring for more. Pedophilia, the rampant incurable malady, prods you to consider the question, "Is the ultimate solution the only solution?"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow,what a novel. I feel like I know the characters personally. Detective Shaun Sullivan and Sargent Frank Williams are definitely the kind of people I would like to include in my circle of friends. If you are the kind of person who sees the world through rose colored glasses, this may not be the book for you.