Alex Mendez had knelt over countless dead bodies in his career. Young, old, male, female, short, fat, black, white, brown, red and yellow. Alex had seen it all… or so he thought. Kneeling over the body of Andrew Kramer — father, husband, racist — Alex discovered a reluctance he’d never experienced. As he stared into the lifeless eyes of a man who’d just as soon have seen Alex swinging from a tree, Alex found himself in the midst of a heated internal battle like nothing he’d ever known. A dead man deserved justice. A dead racist had received his.
As the mystery surrounding Kramer’s untimely demise unravels, Alex finds himself deeper and deeper in a web of misery, deceit and destruction. It is up to him to balance the scales of justice before he, too, falls victim to the very darkness that got Andrew Kramer killed.Read previous articleRead next article