An Engineered Injustice by William L. Myers Jr.


An Engineered Injustice

William L. Myers Jr.

The Engineered Justice is what you would want to read if you are much into thrillers involving courtroom cases. The story is set in an american court case about a train accident. The lawyer Vaughn, is representing his cousin (the engineer of the crashed train) in the court. With petitions from the public, involvement of a gangster, a dark past with his cousin, and opposing the largest P.I firms in the nation, Vaughn is totally perplexed on what he must do to keep his cousin from getting arrested. The story is one of constant persistence and moral obligations. The book makes you feel the emotions that Vaughn faces while appealing for his cousin and is an absorbing read.

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