(PRWEB) October 24, 2017
Gordon Drozeski, a devoted writer and author, has completed his new book “Justice Done”: a gripping and potent journey of intrigue, mystery, murder, love and justice with several unexpected and tragic moments. This book tells the life story of Rufus Ghant and his lifelong dedication to justice in the name of love.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Gordon Drozeski’s passionately crafted work portrays the strength of love, faith and perseverance.
Rufus Ghant was a child from an orphanage because of abandonment by his parents. While in the orphanage, he was hired out to work on a ranch owned by a gentleman rancher who raised horses and cattle. He met the daughter of the family. He and the daughter, Amanda Vance, grew in love. They attended college together and were to marry.
After college, he was drafted into the Army. He became a Green Beret. While at boot camp, Amanda was brutally murdered by Jason Brantly, the son of a local judge. He escaped justice due to a technicality.
Upon learning of Amanda’s death, Rufus swore to seek vengeance. Having served his country in Vietnam, he was hired by the Colorado Highway Patrol. He apprehended a speeder who was politically connected. The speeder reached for a pistol in the glove compartment. Rufus felt he would be shot; thus, he killed the man. Rufus was fired by the patrol despite his exemplary service due to politics.
The patrol commander spoke on behalf of Rufus; thus, Rufus was hired on as a sheriff deputy. Later, he was to become the sheriff of Hunter County in a place called Mountain Pass, Colorado.
Rufus modernized the department. He had a strict rule. “Never accept favors from anyone, thus to become beholden to anyone, especially to politicians, the wealthy.” He became the benevolent power in the county. He was able to achieve the lowest crime rate in the country. He applied tough justice goal to all, regardless of position in life.
He later married. His family consisted of his wife, an adopted daughter, and later took in a young boy, whose parents were killed by the son of Jason Brantly. Jason Brantly built a resort near Rufus’s home. Rufus, knowing of Brantley’s interest, applied strict justice against the resort for even the smallest violation. Brantly’s son was arrested for several traffic violation and was jailed for killing the parents of the young boy in the second traffic incident.
Jason Brantly was safe on one of the Cayman Islands. He was involved with the mob and a drug cartel.
Brantly sent a group of man to kill Rufus’s family and two pets, a dog and a deer. All died as a result of brutalities unimaginable to the human mind. Rufus’s wife was pregnant at the time. The unborn child was subjected to absolute cruelty. Rufus place was burned to the ground. With the help of others, he enacted his furious punishment of all involved. At the end of his punishments, he called out, “Justice done!”
Readers who wish to experience this profound work can purchase “Justice Done” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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