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Justicariat

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When the world needs to punish its most heinous of criminals it relies on the Justicariat, an international agency of elite men and women known as Justicars. Recognized by their signature gray leather coats, these agents of law are given absolute authority over all other powers on earth to ensure that no barriers stand between them and the world's most dangerous criminals. ...more
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Published July 20th 2014 by Smashwords Edition (first published July 19th 2014)
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Skjam!
Nov 17, 2015 Skjam! rated it liked it
Recommends it for: military sf fans who feel that criminals have too many rights
Recommended to Skjam! by: the writer
In an alternate history, the newly-formed United Nations created an extra-national force called the Justicariat. Its members, the Justicars, hunt down and kill those they believe to be criminals, not bound by any authority or law higher than themselves. They have absolute immunity from local laws or regulations, though many will cooperate with/commandeer local law enforcement when it is convenient for them.

Two North American Justicars, Brian Galan and Noriko Tachibana, are assigned to a multi-ju
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E.A. Lake
Jan 16, 2016 E.A. Lake rated it liked it
Good effort on a debut novel. Very few errors inside the actual book, decent structure, technically well written.

First person multiple POV, present tense - not my first choice of styles but Nathan handled it well. Had a few slips into past tense, but all in all not bad.

Probably ten to twenty percent longer than it needed to be. Cut have used a more critical eye from an editor.
Jill Ryan
Jill Ryan rated it really liked it
Sep 01, 2014
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