"For fans of this genre, the gritty power in Etzil's writing is hard to deny..."
- Self-Publishing Book Review
A small-town sheriff’s dark past may be the only thing that keeps his town alive…
Jack Lamburt has a bright future as the sheriff of a quiet town. He knows the locals by name, he’s dating the bar mistress, and nobody suspects his dark secrets. When big city mafia stirs up trouble in his small town, Lamburt retaliates with swift, violent action. Now the crime syndicate is in search for answers… and blood.
With the lives of the people he swore to protect in grave danger, Lamburt will need every weapon in his arsenal to outmaneuver the mob. Even if it means he’ll risk exposing his past.
Fatal Justice is the second book in a series of vigilante thrillers starring Sheriff Jack Lamburt. If you like gritty realism, high-tech surveillance, and no-holds-barred justice, then you’ll love John Etzil’s gripping series starter.
Buy Fatal Justice now to begin this vigilante thriller series today!
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Excellent edgy thriller! By a superb writer!!! Found this book in looking at free books by new, (to me),authors I am now a new fan! From page one, my attention was piqued with curiosity, as the story unfolded. Descriptions of all the characters were detailed. I found myself right there beside Jack Lamburt! Alittle romance, a special pet dog, twists and turns made this into a suspenseful story. I couldn't stop reading til I finished it, which was in less than 12 hours!
I strongly dislike the only option to get another free book, that goes in the series of this book, one has to give her or his email address! My privacy is too important to me to do that. I had the score of 5 Stars, but have changed it to 4 Stars, due to that terrible factor!!! I would like to read all of the series of the books in each of John Etzil's books
, gladly paying for any of them! 🐰🐰🐰
Good summer read lots of action main characters bigger than life just the way I like it good story was a little short wish it would last a little longer but that’s minor
Pretty fast paced and easy to read. Epilogue seemed out of place and like an afterthought. Couple weird, quirky things that most readers probably won’t pick up on. Overall not a bad read.