Mayo, FL (PRWEB) September 16, 2012
Mobsters and gangsters continue to capture the public’s attention whether in fiction or real life. Stereotypes of these citizens of the criminal underworld linger through Hollywood productions like “Goodfellas”, “The Godfather” and “Gangs of New York”. In his new novel, “Retribution”, Lee Trawick delivers the same potent mix of menace, intrigue and violence that cemented mobsters’ place in society’s subconscious.
In a small New Jersey town, a young boy, Brad Hampton, has been murdered. Sjock Hampton is determined to find out who his brother’s killer is. His obsession to uncover the truth is rivaled only by his thirst for revenge. As Sjock sets off to finish what has been started, he will find himself enmeshed in an intricate web of lies, corruption, greed and his family’s dark past.
Every step of the way it becomes clearer that retribution will mean nothing less than confronting a powerful enemy—his town’s mob boss— and redeeming his family’s tarnished name. In this complex, multi-layered novel, readers, alongside Sjock, will discover that nothing is ever quite what it seems.
Moving to a stunning crescendo of suspense, “Retribution” is a fast-paced, darkly riveting story of people bound and broken by crime and revenge, power and greed, fury and fear.
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About the Author
LEE TRAWICK grew up in Mayo, Florida where he graduated from Lafayette High School and moved on to play college baseball. After college, he joined the United States Army, and came home after the discovery of health issues. Lee went to fire college and became a firefighter/EMT. During his tenure as a firefighter, his health issues came up again. He relocated to New York City briefly before he moved back to Mayo where Lee met his wife and became President of the local baseball program, as well as being co-owner of Trawick Farms.
Retribution * by Lee Trawick
Publication Date: August 23, 2012
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