A legal battle between religious freedom and medical ethics ignites a firestorm of protests outside New York District Attorney Butch Karp’s office when he indicts the parents of young Micah Ellis for reckless homicide in the boy’s cancer death. Leading the movement is Reverend C. G. Westlund, a fundamentalist preacher who soon comes under fire himself for insurance fraud. As Karp’s wife attempts to blow the lid off the con man’s heartless scheme, their daughter is back in New York on an antiterrorism mission that finds Karp locked in a confrontation with a deadly enemy from his past. Good and evil fight to come out on top in this explosive legal adventure—until fate metes out its own ruthless form of justice.
Mass Market Paperback | 480 pages
| 4" x 7.5"
| April 30, 2013