John Webster has seen the terrible things human beings can do. He's an experienced investigative journalist, recently returned from the war in Afghanistan. John saw hell over there; he looked death straight in the face. He is glad to back to the normalcy of his home-that is until he realizes there is a war brewing in his own backyard and 'peace' is a word no longer spoken.
John gets caught up in the battle between two of the most powerful and murderous criminal gangs in the city. Using what he learned on the foreign battlefields, he stays alive, despite the price on his head. The only way ot save his own life is to find the man responsible for the brutal neighbourhood floodshed. When the police slap a subpoena on him, though John finds his only solace on the streets.
Suddenly John is back in a war zone, fighting for his life. Will he beable to stop the bloodthirsty crime lords? The flashbacks to Afghanistan threaten to pull John into darkness. Soon the past and presetn collide and he can't tell which way is up or down. The need for redemption may be stronger than the need for survival as John Webster findshimself on his most dangerous assignment yet.
About the Author
Joel Mark Harris graduated from the Langara Journalism School in 2007. He is an award-winning journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and producer. His first novel, A Thousand Bayonets, won an Editor’s Choice Award and the Pinnacle Achievement Award for Best Thriller. His feature-length film Neutral Territory won ten awards. He lives in Vancouver.