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A Cry for Justice

BookTrib Q&A: Author/Attorney Stone Grissom on Finding Inspiration in the Fight for Justice

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As an award-winning journalist, prime-time news anchor, legal analyst and civil rights attorney, it seems like Stone Grissom has done it all but write a book! That has changed with the publication of his crime thriller A Cry for Justice.  The fast-paced, gripping story of murder, an outraged community, politics, corruption, and betrayal begins when four gang members kill an innocent teen and are subsequently acquitted.  Despite community outrage, the murder fades into memory until a young civil rights attorney, Gavin Brady, is accidentally given an internal memo between the prosecutor’s office and the police department he was never meant to see, revealing a dangerous, secret full of corruption. Unable to walk away, Gavin starts to dig into a past that…

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