Blending mystery, action and just a hint of romance, Price of Justice dives into the chilling world of the criminal mentality while highlighting the intricacies of human emotion and family bonds.
It explores themes that include: the role of revenge and vigilantism in today’s society and whether or not these acts are ever truly justified, the challenges of balancing work demands with family needs, and the power of second chances.
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Price of Justice, is a crime thriller about two people dealing with personal loss, each from a different perspective.
A widowed police detective vows to be a father and mother figure to his young daughter while solving a series of related murders, and a female police crime analyst with a dark secret and one mission: vengeance.
Drawn together by their tragic backgrounds, the two team up to hunt down a killer and a group of lowlife criminals linked together by a mysterious figure known as the CEO.
At the same time, two corrupt police commanders do everything in their power to slow the detective’s investigation and end his career. Meanwhile, the analyst’s secret threatens to derail both her life and the investigation.
When the detective’s daughter is abducted by the killer and the analyst is taken hostage, the detective is faced with the ethical dilemma of his life, forcing him to rethink the value of playing by the rules.
“Brenham’s fast-paced police drama juggles a number of narrative lines and disparate characters . . . The entire cast of characters—good and evil—is well-constructed and realistic, while the action-packed ending grows organically out of their varied personalities. So too does the emotional ending, which chooses intelligence over sentimentality. A gripping, fast-moving and emotionally charged drama centered on well-drawn characters with genuine motives.”
Alan Brenham is the pseudonym of Alan Behr, an American author and attorney. He served as a law enforcement officer before earning a law degree and worked as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney for twenty-two years.