I want to thank Debbie Lykins with Side Door Comminications for letting me be a part of this blog tour.
Rachel Crawford is a television reporter for WDXR. She is hoping to really make it big at the station. The piece she is about to break tonight will hopefully help her chances. The story is about human trafficking. The owner of a The Surf, Larry Jamison was supposedly luring women to America. In the middle of telling the story, Mr. Jamison barges into the television station and starts shooting people. The SWAT team come but just before they apprehend Jamison, he kills Rachel. Rachel was twenty-three weeks pregnant.
Now her husband, Blake Crawford wants to sue MD Firearms, the company who manufactured the gun Jamison used. It really isn't about the money but about justice. MD Firearms was aware that their guns were getting into the hands of criminals and they did nothing about it. What would happen is that someone would go into a shop wanting to purchase a gun and if the background check on them didn't pass then the shop would give that potential buyer the name of someone who could purchase the gun for them.
Jason Noble works as a criminal defense attorney. His father is not proud of him. He father is a cop. He believes that Jason works for the bad guys. Jason hopes to own his own law firm one day. He is contact to be the attorney for MD Firearms. Jason realizes this could be his biggest break yet. When Kelly Starling is first contacted by Mr. Crawford, she thinks it is a trick. After talking with Mr. Crawford she agrees to represent him in the case against MD Firearms. This is the ultimate battle between good vs. evil. You won't believe how it all ends.
The Justice Game is the first novel I have read by Randy Singer. I can remember what I said as I was picking up this book to read it. I said "I hope this book is as good as it sounds". Let me tell you that it exceed my expectations. The Justice Game reminded me of John Grisham's The Runaway Jury. It had that intense drama, great characters, and a riveting story line. I could definitely see The Justice Game being made into a movie. The best part about this book is that even Christian authors know how to produce really great reads! Mr. Singer has made me a fan
About Randy’s Approach to this Book
The Justice Game asks whether justice can be bought and sold in America and focuses specifically on the national gun debate. Randy’s goal in this book was not to make converts to either side but to present both perspectives of the debate and let readers draw their own conclusion. In fact, Randy’s book has been endorsed by people from both sides of the aisle.
Randy took a unique approach to determining the verdict in this story—he had his readers decide. Readers were invited to watch a special online video of the closing arguments and then vote on the verdict. People took this very seriously, and from feedback we received, it was a difficult decision for many. While the jury has made its decision, you can still view the video at http://www.randysinger.net/
What you can win. A certificate for the purchase of The Justice Game and a signed book plate by Randy Singer, so you will have an autographed copy of this book for your collection.
Now how to enter to win. Spread the word about this giveaway and leave a link (2 entries), for every comment you leave on my posts from July 27th till August 7th will earn you (1 additional entry for each comment), and you can also become a follower or already a follower (1 extra entry)
Open to US Only. Please leave a email address that way I can contact you if you are the lucky winner.