Terminal Justice

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WaterBrook Press, 1998 - Fiction - 356 pages
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HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO TO SAVE THOUSANDS OF LIVES? WOULD YOU BREAK THE LAW? LIE, CHEAT, STEAL? WOULD YOU KILL? After an event that shattered his world, David O’Neal courageously sets out to rebuild his life as a speech writer for Barringston Relief’s wealthy and powerful founder–a man committed to bringing food, medicine, and help to thousands around the world. A man capable of great compassion…and tremendous fury. Then suddenly, David realizes AJ Barringston is much more dangerous than he appears.

DO THE ENDS EVER JUSTIFY THE MEANS? A blanket of peace has settled on much of the world, yet many regions are still bathed in violence and pain. In Somalia, East Africa, a warlord named Mahli and his followers are about to implement a plan that is as insidious as it is deadly–unless they are stopped by Barringston, who is willing to pay the ultimate price.

Pressed by the FBI and CIA to provide evidence of Barringston’s illegal activity, David O’Neal finds himself in a maelstrom of danger and intrigue in this story about one man who will stop at nothing–not even violence–to reach his goal…and another who must decide if wrong can ever be right.

A blanket of peace has settled on much of the world, yet many regions are still bathed in violence and pain. In Somalia, East Africa, a warlord named Mahli and his followers are about to implement a plan that is as insidious as it is deadly—unless they are stopped by Barringston, who is willing to pay the ultimate price.

Pressed by the FBI and CIA to provide evidence of Barringston's illegal activity, David O'Neal finds himself in a maelstrom of danger and intrigue in this story about one man who will stop at nothing—not even violence—to reach his goal...and another who must decide if wrong can ever be right.

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Review: Terminal Justice, Barrington Relief Chronicles #1

User Review  - James Lair - Christianbook.com

A little slow in places, but once you get into it, you're hooked. Suspense builds to a crescendo and doesn't disappoint. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
9
Section 3
19
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About the author (1998)

Alton L. Gansky is the author of eight popular novels, including A Ship Possessed, Terminal Justice, and his newest release, Distant Memory. He is also the senior pastor of High Desert Baptist Church in Phelan, California, where he has served for more than a decade. He and his wife, Becky, are the parents of three college-aged children.

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