By Terry Wright
Published by TWB Press
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Published: April 21, 2011
Words: 5,935 (approximate)
In Book 6, Justin Graves faces his own violent nature, a human trait he refuses to accept until Billy Denton makes his murderous escape from City Jail. Justin’s attempt to stop the escape is sidetracked when the devil summons him back to hell, not for a social visit, but to change the rules of their agreement. Judgment Day is coming...for both Justin Graves and Billy Denton.
Texas Ranger Justin Graves and his juvenile-delinquent daughter, Christy, are dead, both murdered by her drug-dealer boyfriend, Billy Denton. Justin blames himself for her life of crime, so he makes a deal with the devil to save her soul: one hundred bad guys in exchange for her pardon from hell. Now, in his rotting corpse, he returns from the grave to deliver the souls of killers who got away with murder.
In Book 1 of the Justin Graves Series, Billy Denton was jailed for murdering Justin and his daughter. Billy promised Texas Ranger Captain Holland that City Jail wouldn’t hold him for long. He’s about to make good on that promise.
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