Urban Justice

Urban Justice A small town sheriff has some unfinished business in the big city Jack Lamburt doesn t negotiate with drug dealers When he learns that his girlfriend Debbie s sister is keeping company with New Jersey

  • Title: Urban Justice
  • Author: John Etzil
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A small town sheriff has some unfinished business in the big city Jack Lamburt doesn t negotiate with drug dealers When he learns that his girlfriend Debbie s sister is keeping company with New Jersey gang leaders, he opts to spring her the only way he knows how With a hail of bullets and blood On his quest to get Debbie s sister free, Lamburt attracts the attention ofA small town sheriff has some unfinished business in the big city Jack Lamburt doesn t negotiate with drug dealers When he learns that his girlfriend Debbie s sister is keeping company with New Jersey gang leaders, he opts to spring her the only way he knows how With a hail of bullets and blood On his quest to get Debbie s sister free, Lamburt attracts the attention of an FBI agent eager to take the vigilante down Things get even hairier when a drug lord goes on the war path to reverse the sheriff s rescue mission with some deadly revenge With Debbie and her sister in the crosshairs, Lamburt must outsmart and outshoot a growing list of enemies Urban Justice is the standalone second book in a series of vigilante thrillers starring Sheriff Jack Lamburt If you like brutal action, high tech villains, and unflinching violence, then you ll love John Etzil s gritty series Buy Urban Justice for a story that comes out with its guns blazing today

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    1 thought on “Urban Justice”

    1. Oh dear. Lamburt is the wild card, the whacked out vigilante.dishing out death and destruction wherever he goes. The author gives a shout-out to Russell Blake-that is an intentional mention, right? And a nod to Lee Childs’ Jack Reacher. Yes, I’ll keep reading.

    2. Fast paced good story.The second in his Vigilante series. It's nice to see the good guys win. Enjoyable read, with comedy, sex & Justice.

    3. 3.5 stars. Urban Justice is the second book in the Jack Lambert series. This is the first book by John Etzil that I have read so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was an interesting story that managed to keep me reading. While this is part of a series, this can be read as a standalone without a cliffhanger. There is violence and sex. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all info here. The author did a good job of explaining what is going on a [...]

    4. Tense thrillerI loved this book. Tho in spots it was predictable, in just as many places it wasn't. It kept me interested to see how the characters could possibly get out of the situation they found themselves in. I found myself thinking how easy it was to hate the villain and find a hero that is less than perfect but likeable anyway. This is my second book by this author, and in both books the body count is pretty high. If you are looking for a feel good book with roses and hearts and hand hold [...]

    5. Enjoyable This was another enjoyable and fast read,with mystery and humor mixing very well with the action . As with the first one, I would have liked a longer book.

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