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I Still Have a Dream: Remembering the Legacy of Martin Luther King

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“I still have a dream, a dream deeply rooted in the American dream – one day this nation will rise up and live up to its creed , ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.  I have a dream.”

I posted this last year on Martin Luther King Day and it’s message is even stronger today, given current events.  On this day we celebrate the life and legacy of our most famous civil rights leader, who launched the American Civil Rights Movement with these words; words which were said 52 years ago on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

While we have made much progress toward eliminating racism in our country over those 52 years, have we really achieved Dr. King’s dream?  Sadly, we have taken a giant step backwards in the past 40 years, by sitting on our civil rights and allowing the government to erode the Constitutional guarantees that were supposed to protect them.  Instead of a nation of the people, governed by the people, we have become, as President Carter said, a nation whose government is controlled by an elite oligarchy.  A nation where money can buy our elected representatives and the rich control the course of our collective destiny.

The American Dream, once thought to be achievable by hard work and persistence, that dream which has been a beacon of hope to many throughout the world, is, sadly, out of the reach of many in the United States, as the elimination of the middle class continues.  The rich get richer and the poor get poorer in our modern America.  And as our civil rights are eroded by over-zealous executives, seeking to promote the economic causes of the elites who put them into power, the consequences of putting “bombs in the air” above foreign skies and “boots on the ground” with a militarized police force at home are the lives and liberty of many innocent victims, which results in an  “us against them” mentality which has turned our brothers into enemies.

For a nation which once burned the torch of liberty so brightly that it could be seen around the world, we now have a government which can suspend the civil rights of its citizens; a government which justifies the  surveillance of its own citizenry, and the torture of any person accused of being an “enemy of the people.” Martin Luther King would be ashamed of the reverse progress we have made toward achieving his dream.  On this day, let us remember what that dream is, and spread the word to our children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors that this dream is still achievable.  Vote for Dr. King’s dream in the next presidential, Congressional and Senatorial elections.  Send the incumbents – all of them – out of office.  We must take the profit out of politics and the power out of the hands of the elites.  That is our responsibility.  If we fail to do this, we have nobody to blame but ourselves.

Kenneth Eade is an author, hailed by many as “one of the strongest thriller writers on the scene.” www.kennetheade.com

Internet Jihadism

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When I began writing my latest novel, Paladine,  it was supposed to a be my attempt to write a “normal” assassination thriller.  An ex-Special Forces commando goes into business as a mercenary.  His targets: terrorists.  However, when I got into the research I was shocked.  I knew there had to be radicalized jihadists living in the United States because the FBI has arrested many of them in sting operations.[1] [2] However, there is evidence, readily available from Internet sources, that Sheik Mubarak Ali Jilani, a sheik from Pakistan, a suspected terrorist which the U.S. government alleges is the founder of the terrorist organization, Jamaat ul-Fuqra[3], is also the founder of  Muslims of America, Inc.[4] which allegedly has established jihad training compounds in the States which are classified by law enforcement as “classically structured terrorist cells.” [5]  A storage locker maintained by the group in Colorado Springs was raided by local police in 1989, who found a cache of firearms, grenades, plastic explosives and target practice silhouettes labeled “Zionist Pig” and “FBI Anti-Terrorist Squad.”[6][7][8][9]

Claims have been made by the anti-Islamic group, Christian Action Network[10] that the MOA trains men and women to be jihadists and to take action upon Gilani’s order.[11]  Reports by the Anti-Defamation League indicate that the group’s emails and web sites have featured writings by anti-Semites and Holocaust deniers and advocate jihadist violence.[12]

The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) was established in 2004 to serve as the primary organization in collecting and analyzing all intelligence pertaining to terrorism possessed or acquired by the U.S. government.[13]  However, according to a 2011 Congressional Report, it is powerless to do any of its own enforcement and, instead, must rely on other government agencies. The report provides: “Arguably most important, however, is the capability of ensuring that analysts are integrated into the counterterrorism effort, that operational planning is shared with analytical offices so that particular reactions or threats can be anticipated and assessed. The most important “wall” may not be the one that existed between law enforcement and intelligence agencies prior to 2001, but the one that often persists between analysts and operators. The latter may lack the time and opportunity to integrate analytical efforts into their ongoing work, but if the country is aiming for a “zero defects” approach to terrorism, close attention to intelligence is a prerequisite. Some experienced observers maintain that “zero defects” is unrealizable, some failures are inevitable and argue that it is more responsible to minimize failures and limit their effects. The use of intelligence by policymakers and military commanders is in largest measure the responsibility of the Executive Branch, but some observers argue that the quality of analysis may be enhanced when analytical efforts are regularly reviewed by congressional committees and hearings are conducted to ensure that they are properly prepared and fully used.”[14]

President Obama held a briefing with his national security team at the NCTC in December 2015[15] but it was largely symbolic, resulting in no change in policy.  As an example of enforcement’s shortcomings, the terrorists in that case were on both watch lists – TIDE and TSDB – but were cleared as potential threats by the bureau – twice.  After they were cleared, they went on to commit one of the most horrific terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.

There is a growing threat from the so-called “lone-wolf” attacks, such as we have seen in Nice and other parts of Europe, but there are also jihadists recruiters for the Islamic State, Al-Qaeda, Hamas and Nusra using social media to connect with potential jihadists for financing and soldiering.[16]

What is most alarming is that most of the recruits are young people; many of them teenagers.[17]  While recruiting used to be face-to-face, many recruits to ISIS and other terrorist organizations come from social media, where the terrorist organizations all have Twitter and Facebook pages.  The teenagers are exposed to the terrorist propaganda, and by the time they make contact to sign up, they have already been radicalized.

Current economic and social conditions are putting more than usual pressures on young people.  The virtual reality of the Internet creates an escape from real life that can be more destructive than drugs.  When suicidal tendencies turn into homicidal tendencies, it is easy to see how more lone-wolf terrorist attacks like the Bastille Day attack in Nice on July 14th could occur, not only abroad, but on U.S. soil.

While enforcement is a problem that must be addressed on a national level by connecting up law enforcement with the latest data on suspected terrorists, the radicalization of young people is a local problem that must be solved within families, schools and peer groups.  Perhaps religious leaders of traditional Islam can do more to reach out to these young people, using the binary, technical language of their generation.

[1] Pfeiffer, Alex, 31 Suspected ISIS Terrorists Have Been Arrested in the U.S. In the Past Year, The Daily Caller, August 6, 2016

[2] Goldman, Adam, The Islamic State’s suspected inroads into America, The Washington Post, August 8, 2016

[3] Bocuher, Richard, Daily Press Briefing, United States Dept. of State, March 27, 2002

[4] Mauro, Ryan, Muslims of the Americas (MOA), The Clarion Project, February 12, 2013

[5] Brown, Carol, Muslims of America training compounds, American Thinker, September 20, 2015

[6] Hossenball, Mark, Another Holy War, Waged on American Soil, Newsweek, February 28, 1994

[7] Mauro, Ryan, Muslims of the Americas (MOA), The Clarion Project, February 12, 2013

[8] Brown, Carol, Muslims of America training compounds, American Thinker, September 20, 2015

[9] The Blaze, For the Record, Sleeper Cells Inside Our Nation?, Febraury 19, 2014

[10] Is There a Muslim Terrorist Training Camp Near You?, The Conservative Papers, May 7, 2013

[11] Brown, Carol, Muslims of America training compounds, American Thinker, September 20, 2015

[12] Muslims of the Americas: In Their Own Words, Anti -Defamation League, http://archive.adl.org/extremism/moa/

[13] NCTC website: https://www.nctc.gov/index.html

[14] Best, Richard A., The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) Responsibilities and Potential Congressional Concerns, December 19, 2011, Congressional Research Service

[15] White House, Office of Press Secretary, Statement by the President After Briefing at National Counterterrorism Center, December 17, 2015

[16] Bardin, Jeff, What it’s like to be recruited by ISIS online, May 22, 2015, Business Insider

[17] Geiger, Gloria, This is How ISIS Uses Social Media to Recruit American Teens, November 20, 2015, Teen Vogue

Described by critics as “one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene,” author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, “An Involuntary Spy.” Eade, an up-and-coming author in the legal thriller and courtroom drama genre, has been described by critics as “One of our strongest thriller writers on the scene and the fact that he draws his stories from the contemporary philosophical landscape is very much to his credit.” He is the author of the “Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series”, the fifth installment of which, Killer.com, won best legal thriller in the 2015 Beverly Hills Book Awards, and the “Involuntary Spy Espionage Series”.

Said Eade of the comparisons, “Readers compare me in style to John Grisham and, there are some similarities, because John also likes to craft a story around real topics and we are both lawyers. However, all of my novels are rooted in reality, not fantasy. I use fictional characters and situations to express factual and conceptual issues. Some use the term ‘faction’ to describe this style, and it is present in all my fictional works.”

Eade has written twelve novels, which are now in the process of being translated into six languages. He is known to keep in touch with his readers, and offers a free Kindle book to all those who sign up at his web site, www.kennetheade.com.

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New York, New York – WEBWIRE – Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Author Kenneth Eade, whom critics hail as “one of the strongest thriller writers on our scene” announced today the launch of the newest legal thriller in his “Brent Marks Legal Thrillers” faction series, “Decree of Finality.”   The novel is about a lawyer who reluctantly takes on a divorce case only to find it turn into a murder mystery.  takes a Freedom of Information case for a journalist.  “I usually pick an important subject to wrap a story around.  This time, I thought that the subject would be a little lighter, but I was very surprised when I did a little Internet research to find just how common spousal murder was,” said Eade.

The book, which is already #3 on Amazon’s Hot New Release List for Legal Thriller Books, has received strong initial positive reactions from readers posting reviews:

“The characters are well written and real.”

“Decree of Finality is a brilliantly crafted work of suspense, juxtaspositioning the dark side of man against the decency that still exists in the hearts of some men, like Brent Marks, who still believes in and lives that goodness and decency. This may be Mr. Eade’s finest work yet!”

“Another masterpiece from the author that kept me on the edge of the seat till the end.”

“A very current and relevant story. In today’s world where money seems to buy anything and mean everything, divorce can be a huge threat.”

“Decree of Finality” is the latest outing of Kenneth Eade, who has been hailed by critics as “one of the strongest thriller writers on the scene.”  It goes on sale in bookstores May 17, 2016.  For more information on his political and legal thrillers, including “Decree of Finality,” visit: http://kennetheade.com

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‘Killer.com’ wins Beverly Hills Book Awards

Killer.com’, the fifth installment in the Brent Marks Legal thriller series by author Kenneth G. Eade has won the 4th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards as best legal thriller.  At its core, ‘Killer.com’ is an examination of the ’Dark Web’ of the Internet.
‘Killer.com’ – A Brent Marks Legal Thriller

‘Killer.com’ – A Brent Marks Legal Thriller

 

 

“When I wrote my seventh novel, I sought to write an action-packed thriller but without the clichés and tropes readers often find in other books of the genre,” says Eade. “I thought of how people abuse the Internet, and how it has enabled cyber bullies to hide behind phony names, making it easier to hurt people anonymously.  This gave me the idea of doing a story about hiring a killer anonymously online.  Little did I know that the ’Dark Web’ had many such sites”

Searing, exhilarating and topical, ‘Killer.com’ puts a new spin on the abuse of the Internet.

Synopsis:
Murder is a mouse click away in the fifth installment of the #1 bestsellling Legal Thriller Series.

A mob of anonymous cyber stalkers torments lawyer Brent Marks with defamatory posts on the Internet in this latest installment of the legal thriller series.  When Marks sues to enjoin their libelous publication, the stalkers hide behind the immunity of the Communications Decency Act. Then a mysterious anonymous killer for hire strikes, and Brent finds himself on the wrong side of the law.

Killer.com is available in English, Italian, Portuguese and is currently being translated into French and Spanish.

Since its release, the book has received notable acclaim from critics and readers alike.

“Those who enjoy Grisham and other legal studies and who appreciate more than a dose of reality in their fiction reads will find Killer.com to be one of Eade’s most powerful works yet, providing a scenario firmly grounded in real possibilities and powerfully enhanced by a questionable, surprise outcome in an exquisitely well-done, complex thriller!”– Midwest Book Review

“Leave it to Kenneth to shine the light on the possibilities that lurk on the Internet and all the while giving us another thrilling ride with his superb prose. Highly Recommended.”- Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame and Top 100 Reviewer

“A high-speed storyline full of twists and turns upon a stark background of reality as lawyers might really experience it. Kenneth Eade is one of the up and coming legal thriller writers of this generation. Read him and enjoy him, but don’t expect much sleep!” — John Ellsworth, Author, Thaddeus Murfee Legal Thriller Series

About the author

Described by critics as “one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene,” author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, “An Involuntary Spy.” Eade, an up-and-coming author in the legal thriller and courtroom drama genre, has been described by critics as “One of our strongest thriller writers on the scene and the fact that he draws his stories from the contemporary philosophical landscape is very much to his credit.” He is often compared to John Grisham, whom many regard as the master of the legal thriller.

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Legal Thriller ‘Absolute Intolerance’ Launched Today, Raises Issues of Gay Rights

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Legal thriller Absolute Intolerance

‘Absolute Intolerance,’ the 2016 RONE Award finalist in suspense thrillers from author Kenneth G. Eade, whom critics hail as ‘one of the strongest thriller writers on the scene’, was released on Kindle today.  The novel is the eighth fictional outing by Eade, whom critics believe will become “the next John Grisham” in the political and legal thriller genres. “Absolute Intolerance” is the seventh novel in the popular Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series.

Said Eade: “As with all my novels, ‘Absolute Intolerance’ is a story with a higher purpose.  In this case, it is an expose on hate and homophobia.  According to the FBI National Press Office, as of 2010, 19.3% of hate crimes in the United States were motivated by sexual orientation bias.  According to a 2010 Intelligence Report by the Southern Poverty Law Center, LGBT people are far more likely to be the object of a hate crime than any other minority group in America.  I thought it would be interesting to examine two forms of aberrant behavior and find out what happens when homophobia intersects with serial killing.  The series protagonist, attorney Brent Marks, is faced with a moral quandary when he must decide whether or not to defend the religious fanatic accused of murdering his former clients.”

Synopsis:
Homophobia turned deadly.

Lawyer Brent Marks advocates for a gay couple’s marriage. After victory, the couple is found in their home brutally murdered, serial killer style. Can Brent bring himself to defend the only suspect in the case? Where ethics and tolerance collide, Brent must solve the murders to form a viable defense.

Murder is a mouse click away in the latest bestselling book in the #1 legal thriller series.

Absolute Intolerance has received notable acclaim from critics:

“Absolute Intolerance is packed with delightful twists and turns, but its real surprise lies in an unexpected conclusion that neatly sums up events without a predictable path being taken. This makes for a gem of a read for courtroom drama and mystery fans used to the clues adding up to one direction. Absolute Intolerance remains thought-provoking from start to finish, and is a winning story fueled by issues of religious and gay civil freedoms alike.”- Midwest Book Review

“Eade is not only a brilliant writer; he also calls attention to the atrocities that surround us, hiding in our own closets”   – Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame, Top 100 and Vine Voice

‘Absolute Intolerance’ is available now: http://amzn.com/B0173A4N0W


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Reintroducing The Lincoln Lawyer, courtesy of John Grisham?

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Remember The Lincoln Lawyer?  That legal thriller by Michael Connelly which introduced unconventional lawyer Mickey Haller?  He’s back!  And apparently because of John Grisham.

Grisham’s Rogue Lawyer is Sebastian Rudd, who works out of a van instead of an office, has a driver/bodyguard instead of a receptionist, an ex-wife and a kid, a problem with alcohol and with authority and the occasional brush up against the law.  Sound familiar?  Apparently readers think so too.

That is the reason why The Lincoln Lawyer is enjoying a renaissance of sorts; not because the protagonist in Rogue Lawyer admits reading it.  From the release of Rogue Lawyer on October 20, Michael Connelly’s street lawyer tale has shot up the charts, where it now occupies the #1 spot in legal thriller books on Amazon.com, the #2 spot in legal thrillers on Kindle (where it is #31 in the Kindle Store).  Not bad for a book that was released 10 years ago.

As a legal thriller author myself, I have admiration for the work of my fellow authors who write in my genre, and I know there is room for all of us.  Grisham was probably inspired by Connelly’s Lincoln Lawyer and there is nothing wrong with that.  There is room for one more rogue lawyer on the block and there will probably be more.  In fact, Michael Connelly should probably send a thank you note to John Grisham for the boost.

Kenneth Eade http://kennetheade.com is a recovering lawyer and the author of the Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series; a series of 9 legal thrillers which are wrapped around current issues, such as Guantanamo Bay, police brutality, and mortgage fraud.

 

 

Legal Thriller ‘Killer.com’ released today

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Rocketing to the top of Amazon’s hot new release list, ‘Killer.com’ by author Kenneth G. Eade has been called “a wild ride” by critics, who believe that Eade is the one who will become “the next John Grisham” in the political and legal thriller genres. In the vein of his wildly popular legal thriller series, Eade delivers another solid and intricately plotted tale. At its core, ‘Killer.com’ is an examination of the ’Dark Web’ of the Internet.

“When I wrote my seventh novel, I sought to write an action-packed thriller but without the clichés and tropes readers often find in other books of the genre,” says Eade. “I thought of how people abuse the Internet, and how it has enabled cyber bullies to hide behind phony names, making it easier to hurt people anonymously.  This gave me the idea of doing a story about hiring a killer anonymously online.  Little did I know that the ’Dark Web’ had many such sites”

Searing, exhilarating and topical, ‘Killer.com’ puts a new spin on the abuse of the Internet.

Synopsis:
Murder goes high tech with deadly consequences in the latest book of the #1 bestsellling Legal Thriller Series.

A mob of anonymous cyber stalkers torments lawyer Brent Marks with defamatory posts on the Internet in this latest installment of the legal thriller series.  When Marks sues to enjoin their libelous publication, the stalkers hide behind the immunity of the Communications Decency Act. Then a mysterious anonymous killer for hire arrives, and Brent finds himself on the wrong side of the law.

Since its release, the book has received notable acclaim from critics and readers alike.“Eade is brilliant when it comes to creating complicated, intriguing stories that end in mind-blowing surprises, and some have said that his novels will remind readers of John Grisham, proving that Kenneth Eade deserves to be on the same lists with the world’s greatest thriller authors.”-I Publisher News “Eade, a lawyer by profession, weaves legal dialogue, corruption and international action to create a pacey read with echoes of Grisham, Baldacci and Clancy nipping at his writing heels.”- SPR Review” 

“Eade’s skill with writing dialog is brilliant. His technique for propelling a story forward is second to none. Bind a controversial subject of contemporary reality of tolerance, racism, prejudice and violence in American society (what topic could possibly be more timely?!) and a good old-fashioned thriller and you have Kenneth’s next step into prominence in the public’s eye. Eade is not only a brilliant writer; he also calls attention to the atrocities that surround us, hiding in our own closets. He has carved his niche now shares this collection as a unit. He recommends reading them in the following order: A Patriot’s Act, Predatory Kill, HOA Wire, Unreasonable Force and Killer.com. He has his reasons for the order. But each book is solid and worth to stand alone. Highly Recommended. – Literary Aficionado

Killer.com’ is available now: http://amzn.com/B0117UFSCG

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R.I.P.? Is the Legal Thriller Really Dead?

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Is the Legal Thriller really dead?  According to a July 27, 2015 article in Library Journal,  The Journal reports that, at Thrillerfest X in New York City July 7-11, 2015, there was a debate over the question by the “Where Legal Thrillers are Headed” roundtable, a discussion which has been kicked around since July 2013 when Slate Magazine declared the legal thriller, and its close cousin, the courtroom drama, officially killed by Hollywood.  The panel’s answer to the question was a wishy-washy “No, they’re not dead,” but the Journal went on to report that “The inherent drama of the courtroom assures that, even if lawyers aren’t today’s most beloved professionals.”  However, according to the Journal, “The number of agents at Thrillerfest looking specifically for legal thrillers seemed low.”

 

Author Alafair Burke, in his March 2012 blog post, “Putting the thrill back in the Legal Thriller,” contends that, “Perhaps trying to replicate the success of groundbreaking novels like Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent and John Grisham’s A Time to Kill, publishers had over purchased and over promoted courtroom-centric novels by lawyers who managed to turn the term “legal thriller” into an oxymoron.”

However, given the recent revolution in publishing, where, according to Digital Book World, 50% of all book sales are online sales, legal thriller authors like Paul Levine and Clifford Irving are finding a resurgence of interest of the books on their backlist in electronic sales.  Paul Levine’s Bum Rap is the number two best-selling book in the legal thriller genre, knocked out of first place by To Kill a Mockingbird (#27 in the Kindle Store) after the release of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman (#3 in the Kindle Store) in July 2015.

My conclusion?  Don’t hold your breath waiting for the demise of the legal thriller.  For some reason, which escapes us lawyer-authors who write them, people are fascinated by the law and its application to life situations.  Perhaps it is the mystery that surrounds a profession whose language appears to be foreign to most people, or human curiosity in general, but the legal thriller should be around for many years to come.

Kenneth Eade is the author of the Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series and the Involuntary Spy Espionage Series.   He offers free books and prizes to those who sign up for his mailing list at: http://kennetheade.com.

Launch date of courtroom drama ‘Unreasonable Force’ advanced to July 27, 2015

Already a best-seller and hot new release on Amazon, ’Unreasonable Force,’ is the fourth in a series of courtroom dramas by author Kenneth Eade dubbed as the ’Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series.’  The series has been called “a wild ride” by critics, who believe that Eade is the one who will become “the next John Grisham” in the political and legal thriller genres.In the vein of his wildly popular courtroom drama series, Eade delivers another solid and intricately plotted tale.

At its core, ‘Unreasonable Force’ is an examination of the problem of police violence in America.  “I always make sure my books accomplish two things.  One, they are entertaining and full of action on their own; and 2) They make people think about current issues of our time,” says Eade.

Synopsis: William Thomas grew up with a distrust of contact with the police.  However, he worked hard and made a name for himself as a successful lawyer.  After leaving a ball game with friends, Thomas is assaulted by police and one of the officers is killed.  Accused of murder, William calls his colleague, Brent Marks, to defend him.  Can Brent convince the jury that the police have crossed the line between keeping order and police brutality?  Can he formulate a defense for a client who believes himself that he could be guilty? This contemporary novel confronts a contemporary reality of tolerance, prejudice and violence in American society.

Unreasonable Force has already received critical acclaim, including reader comparisons to Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”:

“An insightful and thought provoking look into the politics of the criminal justice system.” – InD’Tale Magazine

“In ’Unreasonable Force’, Kenneth Eade manages to tackle some important topics for today’s American society: tolerance, prejudice, violence, self-defense. Readers will immediately relate to the main characters and try to find answers to the intriguing questions their actions raise. Yes, ’Unreasonable Force’, is a fast-paced, action-packed legal thriller, but it’s also much more than that. It speaks directly to the readers, drawing their attention towards what’s happening in reality, around them, each day of their life.” – NY Books Examiner

The Kindle version of ‘Unreasonable Force’  is available for pre-order now at the special pre-order price of $2.99 and the paperback version at $13.95 at: http://amzn.com/B00YKG8YTY. The book is available for sale on July 27, 2015.

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About the Author
Author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, “An Involuntary Spy.” Eade, an up and coming author in the legal thriller and courtroom drama genre, has been described by critics as “Brilliant when it comes to creating complicated, intriguing stories that end in mind-blowing surprises, who have said that his novels will remind readers of John Grisham, proving that Kenneth Eade deserves to be on the same lists with the world’s greatest thriller authors.”

Says Eade of the comparisons: “John Grisham is famous for saying: ’I always try to tell a good story, one with a compelling plot that will keep the pages turning. That is my first and primary goal. Sometimes I can tackle an issue-homelessness, tobacco litigation, insurance fraud, the death penalty-and wrap a good story around it.’ That is exactly what I try to do in my books. Not only do I want to tell you a thrilling story that you will love to read, I also hope you come away with it having learned something important.”

Eade has written seven novels. His sixth, “Unreasonable Force,” a courtroom drama, is already on Amazon’s hot new release list, and is due to be released in August. He is known to keep in touch with his readers, offering free gifts and discounts to all those who sign up at his web site. Link to mailing list: bit.ly/1LUyVq0

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