Confessions of a Penitent Man - Part 2 : Reckoning (Young Adult / Teen Version)
Would you consider the death of your worst enemy justice or sweet revenge? That little 'voice' inside your head tells you revenge is wrong, doesn't it? Society tells us to leave justice up to the attorney's, the judges and the courts. However, is the faith we have in the court system misguided? How often have you witnessed the courts failure to punish the guilty proportionate to the crime committed? Here is the story about a teenager brutally murdered by another teen that the law fails to bring to justice. The parents of the murdered boy want revenge and turn to an outcast with a history of violence to even the score. In a twist of fate, the hunter becomes the hunted! "Confessions of a Penitent Man" (R) masterfully turns vengeance into a rational reaction to the physical and emotional injury the parents suffered while misleading police into searching for a murderer/good-cop-turned bad who's already dead!
- Paperback | 122 pages
- 127 x 203 x 7mm | 127g
- 06 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
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About MR William J Giroir
Mr. William J. "Bill" Giroir (Pronounced "Jeer-Whaa" in Cajun French!) is a resident of Houma Louisiana and survivor of hurricanes Eleanor, Betsy, Camille, Katrina, Rita, Ike and Isaac. He holds two United States Patents: Patent No. 4,409,184 and Patent No. 4,357,302. As a Certified Histology Technologist with the American Society of Clinical Pathology he invented the Paraffin Bubble and Wrinkle Remover Apparatus. The device is used to remove artifacts from Paraffin infiltrated tissues sectioned between 3 and 6 ( =microns) and was shown in use on HBO's "Cancer in America." For years his device was used in Histology laboratories around the world and played a small, yet important part in diagnosing cancer. Mr. Giroir was also a Certified Pathologist Assistant for the Veterans Administration Hospital where he was in charge of the Histology Laboratory and the Morgue. The surgical procedures outlined in his books he gained from actual experience. He's also a Certified Seminar Leader and Life Coach by the American Seminar Leaders Association. His hobbies include golf, gambling, cooking, traveling, football, concerts, art, painting, writing his murder/mystery/thriller novels and helping writers achieve their goals. Later this year, Mr. Bill will begin a non-profit organization entitled, AbuseMeNotThem.org (under construction) where he hopes to provide much needed help and hope to the men and women who abuse others."