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Reviewed by Cheryl E. Rodriguez for Readers' Favorite
Trial of Injustice by TK Ware depicts the depths of evil that reside in the heart of man. When a young woman is discovered murdered in a hotel room, the whole community is shaken. Banker, Alabama is a peaceful town, murder is unheard of. But, to top it off, a well known and highly respected pastor of the local church is arrested for her murder. The pastor claims he is innocent, and that God will vindicate him. But Sheriff Rudolph isn’t convinced, nor does he seem to care. You don’t break the law in his town. If he says you’re guilty, then you are guilty. The sheriff pushes for a confession and a quick trial. When Charles Everson, attorney at law, discovers his childhood mentor has been arrested, he is in shock. How could this be? Everson arrives to represent his pastor, but soon discovers something isn’t right. There is something sinister going on. The entire town seems to be in on the plot to frame the pastor, but why? Charles Everson is determined to prove the innocence of his client and from facing a trial of injustice.
TK Ware has stated that his desire is to write with purpose and to inspire others to live a life of faith. In Trial of Injustice, he portrays the battle between good and evil, between the righteous and the fallen, between the humble and the proud. The characters are realistically human, meaning they are flawed, some more than others. The hero comes in to save the day; he is strong, intelligent and confident, and his success is a result of the ability to separate fact from fiction. There is no doubt that God is on his side. He is challenged to see beyond the obvious. He must investigate to discover the not so obvious intent of his adversary. However, his character grows when he is confronted with his own emotional state. The antagonist has many faces; many characters battle against the hero. However, the genuine villain is the devil who embodies them. The plot centers on the faith needed to stand even in the midst of persecution. Throughout the rising action righteousness is challenged by the power of greed and arrogance.