A crooked prosecutor. Trumped up sexual assault charges. A lying police officer. A politically motivated hanging judge.The cards seem to be stacked against high-school teacher Jake Nelson, a devoted family man.But, a wildcard enters the picture that may help Jake beat the odds against him.Even with an ace up his sleeve, Jake is convicted of sexual assault and sentenced to jail, but not before he meets a mysterious priest who holds the key to untold riches.After Jakes release from prison, his pain is not eased. When community notification under Megans Law makes not only Jake, but also his wife and son the target of neighborhood anger, Jake must flee.With his life in shambles, Jake opens an envelope that leads him to a familys hidden drug money and opens the door to Jakes opportunity to exact revenge on all those who wronged him.In a modern-day twist on the classic Count of Monte Cristo, Jake assumes a new identity and begins plotting his retribution. He relies on his trusted friendsa fired newspaper reporter and a struggling actorto put into play his brilliant final act.Jake pursues a series of vengeful acts to exact his own brand of justice. With all the cards in place, Jake stages a dramatic closing act that he hopes will restore his tarnished reputation and return him to his family without shame.Will Jakes elaborate house of cards hold up or crush him? Lee Carls sixth novelLeos Legacyis a page-turning delight that will keep you guessing right up to the last page.
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