Author Brian S. Overmass Returns with Another Mind-Blowing Fiction

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“V Is For Justice” is an absorbing modern fiction filled with intrigue, tragedy and high-stakes action.

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After the successful publication of his adventure-filled book titled “Roul” on February 2012, author Brian S. Overmass returns with another gripping fiction that will rivet both his fans and general readers alike. In V Is For Justice, he will allow his readers to follow a young man as he journeys from the farm through the military, and through creating a name that will remind others of justice.

This book introduces its readers to Victor Hugo Whain, a 23-year-old son of a farm owner who aspires to join the army. His ordinary life, however, takes a dramatic turn when he hacked the New South Wales Police records and tracked down wanted criminals that led to their capture. He was charged, tried, sentenced, but then the penalty was suspended. Now, he finds himself living his dream career and becoming part of a great mission to seize felons and serve justice. It is not an easy job. Along the way, he will face life-threatening challenges and obstacles. He will be drawn to a web of convoluted events that might cost him his life.

In V Is For Justice, Overmass seamlessly weaves a thrilling story packed with intrigue, tragedy and high-stakes action that will leave his readers at the edge of their seats. This book is a perfect amalgamation of stupefying adventures, cyber-challenge and one man’s role in defining justice.

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About the Author
Brian S. Overmass was born in1936, served in the armed forces for 34 years and is now retired in Victoria.

V Is For Justice * by Brian S. Overmass
Publication Date: December 12, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 306 pages; 978-1-4797-5722-0
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 306 pages; 978-1-4797-5723-7
Ebook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4797-5724-4

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