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A Truthful Injustice by Jeffrey Ashford

A Truthful Injustice

by Jeffrey Ashford

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Simon Wyatt was married to a loving wife and wealthy; most would have said he was a man to be envied. Yet there were hidden fault-lines in his life and these had the potential to wreck his happiness if ever they became visible - which seemingly would become inevitable when his daughter and grandson were drunkenly assaulted by her husband, Detective Sergeant Tobin, who was later found dead. Detective Constable Metcalfe, whose career had stalled when his wife died, believed in truth and justice with a regard that many considered excessive. So when Tobin was found dead in circumstances that rapidly became suspicious, Metcalfe set out to uncover the truth with a zeal that was to bring him in conflict not only with his superiors, but eventually also with himself.

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D.C. Metcalfe is a cop who believes in truth and justice with a very high regard. When a fellow policeman with family ties is found dead Metcalfe sets out to uncover the truth with a zeal that will bring him into conflict with everyone, even himself.

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