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Jury of Peers [Kindle Edition]

Troy Brodsky
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)

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When Seth Meek exits the parking lot at Fort Meade, he doesn't realize that he'll never return to his dream job - creating unbreakable computer encryption for the National Security Agency. His is a life of comfort and delight - a loving wife, daughter, and another on the way. He has money, security, and promise.

In the space of the next twenty-four hours, however, he is stripped of everything that he holds dear. Seth watches as his family is purposefully and hatefully murdered, becomes a Federal fugitive, and faces off against the waking nightmare of taking his own life.

In shame, self-loathing, and hatred he falls back upon what he knows - computers. Now driven by his rage, and with nothing to lose, Seth embarks on a audacious quest not only to find and capture his family's killers, but also to bring them to justice.

Seth, however, is not a killer. He is not a vigilante. He's just Seth... a glorified computer contractor for the NSA. Using his unique skill set, he reveals his plan to put the killers on trial... via the Internet. Social media is the perfect medium for the geometric progression that he has planned. The entire world will be the Grand Jury, forced to confront their own bloodlust, sense of justice, and morality as they decide upon a verdict.

Experience more at: http://juryofpeers.us

Talk to me on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/JuryOfPeers.TroyBrodsky


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About the Author

Heyas everyone. I'm Troy Brodsky, and I have a confession to make. I make stuff up for a living. Prior to my incarnation as a semi-lucid writer, I spent about a decade teaching all of the kids who mysteriously disappeared from the public schools. These were the meth kids, the tweakers, and those who fancied a whole bowl of pot before class. The vast majority of them were affiliated with one gang or another, and many had a history of gouge your eyes out violence. I taught everything from 2nd grade reading to college physics every day and it was grand. I moved from there to photography (the profession in which I now happily reside), and now wander around in this vast wasteland of ePub glee from time to time. So here's the quick and dirty on me, because if you've read this far, you've been waiting for the dirty. I don't know Kung-Fu, and I've yet to be arrested. I'm perhaps most comfortable when I'm underwater and have an aversion to adverbs - I love my wife and son, and was once nearly run over by a tank. That's about as quick and dirty as it gets with me. Of course, I'm always available via Facebook as I'm in Shameless Self-Promotion mode for Jury of Peers. (https://www.facebook.com/JuryOfPeers.TroyBrodsky) So stop by, kick up your feet and chat. Or, if you're just decidedly anti-social, I have an app for that: http://juryofpeers.us Cheers, Troy

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  • Print Length: 414 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E2KFUBS
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars First Timer Hits It out of The Park August 6, 2013
By momo
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It's truly hard to believe this is a novice novel: the story is gripping, the characters are real, and the exposition is effortless. A good first-timer maybe gets one or two, but Mr. Brodsky nails a three-run homer his first time at bat. I've been trying to pigeon-hole the genre since I finished reading (devouring?) it this weekend, thinking it would be easy as I read along. Gritty Murder Mystery. There. Done. And, Funny Buddy Cop. Now done. Okay, add a HUGE pile of Techno Thriller. Alright. Please. Morality Play? Seriously?

Yeah, seriously.

Jury of Peers is all at once an incredibly good read AND a Gritty-Murder-Mystery-Funny-Buddy-Cop-Techno-Thriller-Morality-Play. Think about that for a second. It should be a hot mess, but it isn't. Far from it. Characters and scenes are woven in clear, descriptive, and -- more often than not -- starkly dark detail. If you're not intended to like a character, it's obvious from the beginning. But by the time you're done being introduced, you hate them for reasons that only become important later on. That's what makes a story fun to read, and this is one of those stories. Same is true for the good characters, of course, but he does the bad ones oh-so well.

My only gripe was the number of typos. While not exactly pervasive, they occurred with an irkable frequency precisely because everything else in the book was so well done. Perhaps it's a byproduct of the eBook "must-work-on-anything" medium, I know not of such things and will not pretend I do. But I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and will gladly buy and read anything Mr. Brodsky decides to write after this.

Well done, sir! <S>
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5.0 out of 5 stars A bloody good read. August 8, 2013
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I could not stop reading this book and read it in one sitting!

The author manages to tell a ripping yarn while maintaining a healthy balance between suspense.....and good doses of humour. In general the story was told with great style.

A bloody good read that I will be recommending to friends.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping Page Turner August 5, 2013
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Pretty much from the moment I began reading this novel, I couldn't stop. Over the weekend, I would be up with the sun until I literally couldn't keep my eyes open anymore. And even now that I'm done, I'm still affected.

This book definitely makes you question some of your own beliefs, wondering what you would do if you were any one of the characters in the story. Its emotional, its visceral, its triumphant, thought-provoking and just a really great read.
Absolutely one of the best books I've read in a while.

If i could give it 5 more stars, I would.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I could not put the book down. July 31, 2013
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As the title says, I could not put this book down. I mean think about it, Who is really make this choice, the People. I recommend this book for anyone who is looking for an interesting book. I think I have found my new favorite author. Thank you Troy Brodsky for an exciting and amazing book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great read! July 29, 2013
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I have downloaded more than 600 ebooks on my Kindle in the last couple of years and have to say that this book ranks near the top of all the books read. It is something we all can relate to and makes you look inside to see what you would do in the same situation. It put the choice in the hands of the people, the way the jury system is supposed to work!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good vigilante tale. March 4, 2014
By Les
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Interesting and well written story that should be appealing to many of the readers frustrated with the often futile results of our criminal justice system.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very good January 5, 2014
By Fran
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A very good book I enjoyed reading it. I look forward to reading his next book. Would recommend this book to my friends.
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Heyas everyone. I'm Troy Brodsky, and I have a confession to make.

I make stuff up for a living.

Prior to my incarnation as a semi-lucid writer, I spent about a decade teaching all of the kids who mysteriously disappeared from the public schools. These were the meth kids, the tweakers, and those who fancied a whole bowl of pot before class. The vast majority of them were affiliated with one gang or another, and many had a history of gouge your eyes out violence. I taught everything from 2nd grade reading to college physics every day and it was grand. I moved from there to photography (the profession in which I now happily reside), and now wander around in this vast wasteland of ePub glee from time to time.

So here's the quick and dirty on me, because if you've read this far, you've been waiting for the dirty.

I don't know Kung-Fu, and I've yet to be arrested. I'm perhaps most comfortable when I'm underwater and have an aversion to adverbs - I love my wife and son, and was once nearly run over by a tank. That's about as quick and dirty as it gets with me.

Of course, I'm always available via Facebook as I'm in Shameless Self-Promotion mode for Jury of Peers... so stop by, kick up your feet and chat. Or, if you're in the mood for a bit of a preview regarding the novel, or are decidedly anti-social, I have an app for that: http://juryofpeers.us

Or come yell at me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JuryOfPeers.TroyBrodsky

Cheers,

Troy

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