Personal Justice is an intriguing novel of survival, of involuntarily becoming a victim and overcoming what horrors life throws at you. We all take life for granted until the day we are faced with unfathomable tragedy and loss. Zachary, a prominent defense attorney, had it all—a beautiful sister, caring and loving mother, and his father, a successful doctor. The day tragedy darkened his door, he was consumed with unbridled anger and rage. It was not long before he devised a plan that put him and his followers above the law and what he swore an oath to uphold, justice. However, there are many kinds of justice. Often we need someone to lookout for those of us who can’t do for ourselves. Personal Justice—sometimes must be served to those who destroy and terrorize the innocent, even if it is by strangers’ hands!
I, Spyder (aka: Kathleen Deveaney-Brown), decided to write my first Book after reading Savage Autumn by Constance O’Banyon, an author who was truly inspiring to me. For the past twenty-five years I have written over twenty novels. I live with my husband in Illinois, along with my three grandchildren: Joseph, Taliah, and Marshall, three dogs, and a cat that lives up to her name, Ninja! I was born and raised on a farm in Hickory, Pennsylvania, the youngest of seven—five brothers and one sister. Growing up was hell!