The contents of this book involve topics that John Grisham might have chosen. However, this novel is written from the point of view of the frustrated victim of injustice rather than a member of the legal profession. It chronicles the story of a father who fights tirelessly to establish his custodial rights while encountering continuous obstacles. In the preface, we are told that the novel is based on a true story which makes the events even more disturbing. The reader will find it difficult to view the justice system in the same way after reading this narrative.
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