These stories were written to hopefully ease some of that frustration and maybe we can look to demanding some major changes to outmoded and ineffectual laws.
Christina Lake, British Columbia (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
In his 2005 book, “An Eye for a Tooth: Five Short Stories About Justice” (published by Trafford Publishing), which is getting a revived publicity campaign, author Gordon Planedin challenges the status quo of the U.S. legal system, arguing that is largely ineffective.
“An Eye for a Tooth” carries an ardent message of a reformation of the U.S. court system, both on state and federal levels.
“In this day and age and progressively more so with time, the unacceptable manner in which the courts fail to protect us from criminals and especially from the repeat offenders is becoming very frustrating to the people,” notes Planedin, who penned “An Eye for a Tooth” because of his own dissatisfaction with the legal system.
“These stories were written to hopefully ease some of that frustration and maybe we can look to demanding some major changes to outmoded and ineffectual laws.”
“An Eye for a Tooth”
By Gordon Planedin
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 104 pages | ISBN 9781412063746
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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