What would you do, if you only had three months left to live?
And, what if all of your money had gone to pay your medical treatment? And you had nothing to leave for your loved ones?
Think about it. . .what would you do?
Now, a mysterious stranger has approached you with an intriguing offer. . .
Four million dollars will be inherited by your family, upon your death, if you will strap plastic explosives around your waist, and blow yourself to bits, along with someone who has just been acquitted of a heinous crime.
>> Would you do it?
>> You’re going to die anyway.
>> Think about it . . .
Most terminally ill patients, spend their last days and hours sharing that most precious of time with their family and friends.
In Lyle Howard’s new pulse-pounding thriller, TERMINAL JUSTICE, terminally ill patients spend their last few hours tracking down murderers and felons who have walked free on technicalities or horrible miscarriages of justice. Then, the patients become violent avengers – killing the murderers in explosive suicide bombings.
A mafia kingpin, a homicidal televangelist, and a handful of others. . .none of these acquitted transgressors are safe from the explosive retribution of the evil mastermind behind this brand of terminal justice!
When Gabe Mitchell, an ex-police detective, who himself has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, is enlisted by the mysterious organization responsible for the suicide bombings, he will have to chose pulling the trigger on his own suicide bomb, or risking everything to expose the deadly conspiracy.
A Mystery and Suspense Crime Thriller
From the opening detonation in Las Vegas, to the surprise ending that won’t be revealed until the story’s very last sentence, Terminal Justice is a character driven story, that will keep the reader cheering for more.
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Lyle Howard lives with his wife Riva in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has been writing all of his life for his own enjoyment, but decided a few years ago to make his work public. The response to Terminal Justice has been very positive and it has inspired him to release more of his stories in the near future.