A Moral Dilemma

A Moral Dilemma

by Jonathan McCann


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In a small city in the heart of the Midwest, there's a serial killer on the loose targeting convicted child molesters. He's known to the public as the infamous Pedo-Murderer. To his friends, he's probate attorney Connor Briggs.

A good friend and neighbor, Briggs' life was market by tragedy when his young daughter died in a fateful accident several years earlier, a deep loss he is still mourning.

When he learns of a horrific crime involving a child, he takes it upon himself to avenge all that she has gone through by eliminating society's most sickening offenders one murder at a time.

The public is divided on whether he's a hero or a criminal, and Briggs soon learns there are some people he can rely on, and others who want to see him behind bars.

As he fights to stay one step ahead of homicide detectives on the hunt for the elusive killer, Briggs has a chance encounter with an unlikely ally who teams up with him to see his killing spree through to the end, at any cost.

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ISBN-13: 9781950034895
Publisher: Yorkshire Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/07/2020
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 630,946
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

Jonathan McCann released A Moral Dilemma as his first, and unlikely his last novel. Originally from Northern Ireland, McCann now lives in Oklahoma, USA, where he is a father and a full-time police officer. As a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in Journalism, McCann is eager to combine his love of writing with his background in Law Enforcement to provide his readers with an unadulterated glimpse of his own style of fictional crime writing.

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