Jack Jones is a man with serious issues.
Abused as a child, Jack is now a disillusioned lawyer losing faith in the criminal justice system.
With his grandmother’s death, Jack’s childhood memories resurface, forcing him to confront his anger at what he suffered.
With his insider’s perspective on criminal justice, Jack sees that too many are getting away with their crimes. So he decides to take matters into his own hands. After all, with a rare genetic gift that prevents him feeling pain, he’s the right man for the job. So he’ll suit up… he’ll punish the guilty the way they ought to be punished.
But Jack will soon find out that taking the law into his own hands has unforeseen consequences.
164 pages | Prose
Writer: M.W. Leeming