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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Monday, February 15, 2016

a force higher than family bonds - The Trial of Garrett Palmer by Terrance J. Pinckney

Garrett Palmer sits before the judge, confident the prosecutor has no hard evidence to lock him up. He is dedicated to his organization, the Atlanta Crime Network, so the possibility of prison time is a fair price to pay to maintain its clean reputation. As adopted son of a network patriarch, Garrett takes the organization’s creed—to never turn your back on the “family”—very seriously. 

Description:

Garrett Palmer sits before the judge, confident the prosecutor has no hard evidence to lock him up. He is dedicated to his organization, the Atlanta Crime Network, so the possibility of prison time is a fair price to pay to maintain its clean reputation. As adopted son of a network patriarch, Garrett takes the organization’s creed—to never turn your back on the “family”—very seriously.

But then Simona, Garrett’s wife who was killed as a result of a forgotten rivalry, takes the witness stand. Suddenly, Garrett realizes this is no ordinary trial—this is a trial of life and death, and the judge’s decision will mean much more than hard time in prison.

Garrett’s belief that family is worth more than anything is shaken to the core, and by the end of his trial, he’ll realize that there is a force higher than family bonds to be reckoned with.

"Right from the start I knew I was in for a thrilling reader experience. The professional looking cover pops out at you to tell you this is suspense. It was an interesting and unique story that begins as Sophia, used to sophistication and glamour, meets Garrett Palmer and crosses the threshold—her life is never the same again. Terrance Pinckney writes a thrilling and unique story. Garrett Palmer is the main character. The twist in the tail of this novel will blow you away." - Goodreads, Reg Shell
About the author:
Terrance J. Pinckney was born on July 25 in The Bronx New York. After graduating high school he and his family moved to Atlanta, GA where he currently resides. Terrance holds a MBA from the New York Institute of Technology and is currently enrolled in Seminary School at Luther Rice College. After spending over a decade in Corporate America, Terrance decided to pursue his literary passion after being laid off. Having published his second book along with his recent enrollment into Seminary, Terrance seeks to write stories that have a spiritual message which he hopes to share with readers. In the month's to come, Terrance's next release will be the first book of a trilogy which he believes will present a new take on spiritual fiction/adventure.

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