Hard Justice The Violation, a self published novel describes a horrible crime. The sole survivor of the crime, along with his business partner remains skeptical of law enforcement's ability to bring justice to Sam's nightmarish reality. Their skepticism is met by an off duty DOJ agent. Her curiosity to the case reveals to Sam and Jake a path to undertake in making sense of how to find those responsible for all of their losses using an untested but alternative method of profiling called Victim Analysis. The skepticism of the men along with Bina's Victim Analysis reduces the likely responsible party to be a rogue terrorist, within the United States. Within mutual loss of the major characters' development, a bond between all concerned develops into an unlikely freelance CIA authorized operation motivated to bring Sam's family killer's and a specific enemy to the nation to Justice
Hard Justice Peregrination, a manuscript describes the evolution and journey of the freelance CIA operation targeting Muhammad. Sam and Jake's Skepticism along with Bina's Victim Analysis reveal how Muhammad is responsible for both crimes against Sam and Bina. While searching for Muhammad the team comes to see Muhammad's propensity to kill more in his version of a Middle Eastern call to Jihad.
They are entrusted to prevent genocide within western countries. This all makes sense as The Department of Homeland Security is in chaotic response to expansion and response to Hurricane Katrina.
Hard Justice Expurgation, a being written manuscript, details the freelance CIA operation's response to locating Muhammad in Canada, and using precedent setting innovative means to successfully prevent the greatest fear of all western nations concerning terrorism, an attempted genocide. The conclusion of The Hard Justice Trilogy dictates that even in exacting Justice, the wholeness of what was lost will never be returned, and the potential of greater loss is ever present.
This work is unique because with minimal editing, the whole Trilogy could be a best seller publication. The lack of physical character description also makes for an easy adaptation to screenplay. Many of my readers have mentioned who their favorite actors would be as characters in the trilogy for such an undertaking. Moreover it gives the reader an insight as to what we face as individuals, and as a nation today, and for some time to come. Hard Justice Trilogy has all the makings for a book series or even a movie series.