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What would you do if the law failed you?

The college Halloween party was supposed to be a night of fun, dress up and laughter, but for Kristy Wise, it quickly became a night of horror.

Read the story. Witness the testimony.

Is everything that comes after justified?

YOU decide.


THE TRIAL OF JOE HARLAN JUNIOR IS THE PREQUEL NOVELLA TO J.K. FRANKO'S SHOCKING THRILLER, EYE FOR
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Kindle Edition, 64 pages
Published October 26th 2019 by Talion Publishing
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Angie
Oct 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I'd like to start off by saying that I think the marketing for this novella, and the series to follow, has been brilliantly done. The book more than lives up to the hype. The trial report is clear and concise, in keeping with real procedure in a court of law. Franko's writing engages the reader from the first page and accurately conveys the frustration (and often devastation) caused by the judicial system. I flew through it and found the subject matter intriguing and current. I can't wait to ...more
Kath
Oct 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is the prequel to Eye for Eye which has already been released. I have not read that but it is now on my TBR after reading this book. Not sure the order matters. Only time will tell...
This book details the trial of one Joe Harlan Jnr, accused of a most heinous crime. We follow what happened through a trial report which basically puts both sides and that of a witness on display. There is also some multimedia that you can follow but I can't comment on that as it was not available to me when I
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Paula Ruiz
Oct 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Holy crap! What a great prequel. I had already read Eye for Eye when I got The Trial, so I was familiar with the characters—I thought. What a great surprise to find out more about the villain, and understand better the details of his "alleged" crime. Also, loved the insight the story provides into Kristy Wise. I really felt for her, I hope she returns in Books 2 and 3. And the trial itself seemed so realistic, I can't wait to watch the video!
Selina
Firstly I didn’t knew that this was a prequel. And I didn’t even know about the other book.
So anyways this book was interesting.
I’m curious about the next book. I’m surely going to read the other book.
The authors writing is simple yet interesting.

Note: I received a free e-copy of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Special thanks to the author and publisher for giving me a chance to read it.
Raquel Cordon
Oct 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Amazing story. A very quick read, but so very gripping. I read Eye for Eye and this adds more color to the already fascinating characters! Highly recommend!
Coco
Oct 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If you love characters with depth, and a foreboding set up, this prequel is fantastic! The trial is sooo realistic! Having seen how the whole trilogy started, I am really excited for read more books in this series!
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J.K. Franko was born and raised in Texas at a time when what he really wanted to do in life – writing and film – were not considered legitimate jobs. His Cuban-American parents believed there were only three acceptable career paths for a male child: doctor, lawyer, and architect.

After a disastrous first year of college pre-Med, he ended up getting a BA in philosophy (not acceptable), then he went
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