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Reviewed by Dale Lewis
A Threat to Justice by Chuck Norris, Ken Abraham,
Aaron Norris & Tim Grayem
"...a heroic action tale. It paints a vivid portrait of good versus an evil rampant with prejudice."
The Civil War has ended with the days of the Old West exploding on the national scene. Ezra and the Justice Riders have gone their separate ways after burying their comrade Shaun O’Banyon and removing the Death Riders from the town of Clinton, Missouri.
Ezra’s elite group of special operation soldiers head across the nation to pursue their own dreams: from the plantations of the deep South to the adventure-filled gold claims of California, to the inner-city of St. Louis and the hallowed campus of Princeton University, each Justice Rider learning to deal with all the consequences of this divisive war. They have promised to stay connected via telegrams to and from Elizabeth O’Banyon, Shaun’s widow.
A Threat to Justice, the second Old West novel from Chuck Norris and friends, is a heroic action tale. It paints a vivid portrait of good versus an evil rampant with prejudice. The themes of rebirth and reconciliation are interwoven well throughout the new adventures of the Justice Riders.
The elements of faith are stronger than the previous title without being overpowering. There is also a hint of romance — sweet without being sappy. My only disappointment is that at times, the dialogue seemed strained, rushed or incomplete. For example, Henry’s conversation with Serena on the campus of Princeton appeared to be too one-sided.
Reading A Threat to Justice, has peaked an interest in reading more stories from that period in history. If you enjoy historical fiction, pick up a copy today.