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Justifiable Homicide (Robert Paige #1)

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When does the killing of political leaders become morally justifiable? Killing the Hitlers, Stalins and Pol Pots of the world is easy to justify. Murderous tyrants need to be killed. But what if our leaders are merely idiots, or perhaps corrupt, petty tyrants who aren’t in the same league as Hitler, Stalin or Pol Pot? How much damage can we allow them to do, how many of ou ...more
Kindle Edition, 543 pages
Published October 14th 2014
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Betty Macy
Mar 08, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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So far, not bad, but a little scary when you realize how possible this is with how many of our rights have been curtailed in the name of safety regarding terrorism. Now finished and I both loved and hated the book. The book is a weird combination of ludicrous and terrifying. I don't think things would get this far, BUT we are not as far from it being possible than I find comfortable.
Sharon Gerasch
Dec 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Staggering! I could actually see this happening. Which is scary. But at the same time is it right? I enjoyed this tremendously . Would recommend this book to everyone.
Sandera Dear-Deweese
Apr 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Truly mesmerizing

This books starts out fast and just continues at breakneck speed..don't expect to put it down..Will give you absolute nightmares if you believe I. Our rights as Americans...makes you want to be immersed in today's political actions and fight for our constitution..I took government in school and have been appalled at what is going on today in the campaigns and people trying to shove . Their ignorance down our throats..this book will give you nightmares because we can all name ins
Kathleen Cook
Jan 08, 2020 rated it liked it
Way Over the Top

I enjoyed the direction of the book, but an editor should have helped this writer eliminate a bunch. Repeating an idea to many times is boring. I for one could care less about an in depth menu.
This was one of those books I wanted to just end, to get to the point and leave me happy I read it.
This author and a good editor could make for a terrific thriller.
M Jane Deneen
Mar 08, 2015 rated it liked it
Justice being served

So sad to see this books subject really happening in government. Hope the killing doesn't start too. Who knows, it may already be practiced . A. decent read.
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