Circle of Justice

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Circle of Justice is a short story that follows the journey of a gun as it falls into various hands beginning with its first killing until its last.

After the story is done, you will be treated to the first chapters to several of Robbie's books to get a taste of what' already out there. More

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About Robbie Cox

Robbie started writing as a way to escape - escape his teachers, escape his fears, even to escape his insecurities and doubts. However, his stories of seduction and adventure, not only allowed him to hide in the lives of his characters, but also captivated those who wanted to escape with him. Now, he enjoys a full-time career as a storyteller and novelist and invites readers to run away with him- to escape, getting lost in the seduction of adventure.

When he is not writing, Robbie can be found on his back porch enjoying a cigar, a scotch, and a good story. He derives pleasure from his large family and his crazy group of friends who provide the inspiration for his blog The Mess that Is Me.

He is the author of the Urban Fantasy series, The Warrior of the Way, along with the paranormal series, The Witches of Savannah. His Contemporary Romance series includes The Rutherford Series, The Harper Twins, and the Fangirls series.

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Faye Hollidaye reviewed on on March 21, 2013

I enjoyed this read. It's mostly well-written, but it seems kind of cliche. The summary above says that "the gun is innocent," but the story makes it seem like the gun is at fault, since the characters seem to use it only on whims, because it happens to fall into their hands. The characters are a little flat as well, and seem only to be acting out what fate has determined for them. Again, I liked this, but I personally think it could use some improvement - that is just my opinion.

I suggest you give it a read and come to your own conclusions. I can tell you it is definitely worth the little bit of time it takes to read, so read it, and tell the author and others your thoughts as well.
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Taylor Fulks reviewed on on March 5, 2013

You got me! I didn't see the end coming...I love when that happens. Fantastic short story! Well written, engrossing and descriptive. The author made me see and feel each scene. Truly engaging from page one...what goes around, comes around personified! BRAVO Mr. Cox!!! Well done!
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Kathy MitchellMitchell reviewed on on Dec. 19, 2012

I enjoyed this, great work!
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Darcia Helle reviewed on on Dec. 18, 2012

Captivating story! I was fully engaged from start to finish. Well written and fascinating concept. I loved everything about this one.
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Andrew B. reviewed on on July 19, 2012
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A perfect circle... engaging, fast paced, and well written!
"I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end." --Revelations 22:13
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