JUSTICE IS SERVED
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 the injustice of what he suffered.
Combined 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 from feeling pain, he's the right man for the job.
So he'll suit up...and punish the guilty the way they ought to be punished.
But Jack will soon learn that taking the law into his own hands has unforeseen consequences.
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THE PLAGUE DOCTOR: JUSTICE IS SERVED II
It’s been three years since Jack Jones suited up. And so far, things seem to be okay. But they won’t stay that way for long. They never do.
Having resisted the urge to don the mask, a deeply conflicted Jack is forced to reconsider when Frank absconds from prison.
But that’s not all. Because a new murderer is prowling the streets. Someone who believes in curing humanity of its ills. Someone who is very keen to get Jack’s attention. So things are going to get messy.
Very messy indeed.
THE DEBT COLLECTOR
Oliver Beckett is a bailiff. He doesn't take guff, he won't listen to sob-stories and he's pretty unsympathetic to what he believes are lazy benefit scroungers.
But there's more to Ollie than just his rotten prejudices. And after he catastrophically messes up one day, his life begins to unravel. His struggle with mental illness becomes apparent as his life goes from bad to worse.
There's a reason Ollie comes across as uncaring, and in life, there are always chances for redemption, even if that means one has to go through some tough times first.
"The Debt Collector" is a novel, ultimately, about redemption. To show that there are reasons why people say what they say, or do what they do. To show that sometimes, while forgiveness may seem impossible, it is not.
But it is also a book designed to shine a spotlight on mental illness, and how the workings of our society can operate much to the disadvantage of people who are ill.
"Repairman…this is the year 2016…The Temporal Fault we have assigned you is as follows: Graham Butler is a politician with some very sinister desires. He will soon commit a terrible act of sexual assault upon journalist and political campaigner, Sarah Dickinson… two months after the attack, she will commit suicide. Our Probability Projections lead us to a high-probability belief that if this assault hadn’t happened, Miss Dickinson would have played a prominent role in taking down his party of far-right fascists.
"Your assignment, Repairman, is to fix this injustice by assassinating Graham Butler. As is always the case, you have twenty-four hours in which to complete the Repair, following which you will be retrieved from 2016 and subjected to a memory-wipe. And for your own safety, Repairman, always remember: Stay awake and stay alert! Please leave this device in the White Room and get to work."
An assassin from the future wakes up in 2016 without his memories. All he has are his instructions. And 24 hours.
It's time to get to work.
In an alternate reality, George Goodman lives in a shanty-town on the outskirts of London where thirty years before, the Prime Minister was assassinated on live TV.
Tasked with cleaning the windows of a city skyscraper one day, he is witness to a fatal accident. Bribed by a powerful media mogul, George begins to see that his actions have unjust consequences.