Miscarriage Of Justice


Fiction - Suspense
244 Pages
Reviewed on 02/12/2016
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Author Biography

Bruce A. Borders was born in 1967 in Cape Girardeau, MO. Bruce’s childhood years were spent in a number of states, including Missouri, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
During his high school years, he was a member of the football, basketball and track teams, involved in various non-athletic activities such as school yearbook production and photography, and won numerous awards for his artistic creations. Bruce graduated Valedictorian in 1984.
While in school, Bruce held three part-time jobs; a store clerk, a janitor, and a dental technician, working about 60-70 hours per week. After graduation he became employed full time as a dental technician. Other jobs have included restaurant manager, carpenter and grocery store cashier. For the past sixteen years, he has worked as a commercial truck driver, logging more than two million miles.
At the age of fifteen, Bruce decided to become a writer. He began by writing songs, news articles and short stories. Eventually, books were added to the list. Over the years, he continued to write and currently has a catalog of more than 500 songs, numerous short stories and over a dozen completed books. He writes on a variety of subjects such as the Bible and politics, as well as fictional novels of legal issues and westerns. Titles include: Inside Room 913, Over My Dead Body, Miscarriage Of Justice, The Journey, and in The Wynn Garrett Series - Mistaken Identity, Holy Terror, Remote Control, Judicial Review, Even Odds, Safety Hazard, and Dark Day.

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Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite

In Miscarriage of Justice by Bruce A. Borders, Ethan Rafferty clashes with Marianna Clark. Ethan has been imprisoned for fifteen years for a murder he didn’t commit. District Attorney Marianna Clark, keen for victory in her first major case, found evidence that he was innocent but still pressed for a conviction. Ethan, working as a carpenter and spending little, has squirreled away a modest fortune, and he intends to spend it pursuing revenge on DA Clark, who caused him to lose not just his liberty but his wife and two young sons. Marianna receives one of hundreds of notifications that a prisoner she prosecuted has been released but, for once, she doesn’t toss it in the trash: Ethan Rafferty is a name she remembers vividly. Ethan dismisses the obvious forms of vengeance, such as killing her, burning down her house or targeting her family; he has no intention of being caught. Marianna relaxes as the weeks pass, but Ethan has learned patience the hard way.

Bruce A. Borders has excelled as a writer with Miscarriage of Justice, even more than he did with Over My Dead Body and Inside Room 913. I expected a thriller from this talented author and I couldn’t believe my luck when I saw the book waiting for review. Thrilling suspense is exactly what I got. Ethan Rafferty, released after serving a sentence for a crime he didn’t commit, learned to drive and bought a car, and surfed the internet. I waited, while DA Marianna Clark relaxed, her gravest worry a neighbour’s yowling cat. I could hear that cat making her feel murderous, and all the time I knew Ethan was determined. Beg, borrow or steal it, but read Miscarriage of Justice.