Title: Trial of Injustice – Religious & Inspirational Fiction/Christian Mystery& Suspense
Author: T.K. Ware
Publisher: Insightful Creation Publication
Number of Pages: 348 pages
ISBN-10: 0692707514 (Paperback)
ISBN-13: 978-0692707517 (Paperback)
About The Author:
Tshombye Kentrell Ware, raised in Albany, Ga. A young man endowed with creativity, moved to the city of Macon Georgia, to continue his education. Upon graduation the creativity began to emerge. Kentrell would often times would drift away and find himself writing from the imagination that lingered within. This led to the creation of a Christian CD entitled “L.O.C” The Love of Christ. Upon completion of high school, Kentrell traveled to the great state of Alabama by way of an athletic scholarship to Lurleen B Wallace College. Kentrell, being a man of vivid imaginations, would discover his creativity while obtaining studies at the local college. Kentrell was drawn to particular classes that promoted his creativity. These included Psychology, English, and History courses just to name a few. As the years progressed, so did his creativity. Oftentimes Kentrell would share his faith with other collegiate students through a gift called the spoken word. As the door to inspiration continued to open, Kentrell became drawn toward writing; which led to his inspired creations.T.K. Ware has a passion for writings that offer a subliminal message that minister to the body, soul and spirit. A firm supporter to those who seek to employ the world through inspired writings. Many of his titles are unpublished. He has chosen to release certain titles throughout the days, months and years, as the seasons change.“If something I write or have written can help someone make it through the day, then my writing is with purpose; my only desire is to encourage, motivate and uplift others through my words of inspiration. Sometimes all it takes is a certain inspired word to steer many into the right direction. I don’t want to be someone who just writes to write. I want to be that person who helped and encouraged others through his writings. I am only a vessel, seeking to inspire others as we live this life of faith…to live again.”
Twitter & Instagram: @GospelWriter8
LinkedIn: Tshombye Ware
About This Book:
GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT
On a Thursday morning in Banker, Alabama the body of a twenty-one year-old woman was discovered murdered. After the police and forensics inspected, with the help of eyewitnesses and fingerprints, the man responsible for the heinous crime was identified as Pastor Thaddeus Ganvis.
Charles ‘Esquire’ Everson, a man gifted with determination and an avenger of truth, became the most prestigious and sought after lawyer in the state of Alabama, due to his unwavering litigation skills. After finishing another victorious case, he returned to his office. As the day continued, he found himself logging into Facebook, and nearly dropped his phone when he discovered that his former pastor was arrested for first-degree murder. Without a second thought, he flew to Banker, Alabama to prove the innocence of a godly man. Along the way he discovers the opposition that threatens
Trial of Injustice Book Review:
“Trial of Injustice” is about the Character Thaddeus Ganvis who is the Pastor of Miracle Faith Church,was arrested for murder. In the beginning, I thought the narrative was assuming that Pastor Ganvis would be innocent, but then the skepticism began to rise as the narrative unfolds and more truth is revealed. Pastor Ganvis is human just like the rest of us after all, but the main questions we all wanted to know “Did he murder anyone?” Charles Everson who grew up in Pastor Ganvis’ Church and was like a father to Charles decided to be his attorney to help prove that the Pastor is innocent. The obstacles is that key witnesses keep on disappear in the small town full of corrupted officials until it looks like nobody is left to testify.The readers will discover that this novel is in the vicinity of greed and power. It manifestation the depth to which people are willing to sink in order to get these. In this small town of Alabama, the leaders of the town are willing to frame an innocent pastor for murder for large cash payouts from an evil law firm representing a conglomerate of investors wanting the land where the Church stands. even though this is a Christian Fiction book but this really do happen in our society today. T.K Ware skillfully twist and turn the narrative so the reader does not learn too rapidly all the details and cannot figure out before the trial how the attorney will defend Pastor Ganvis. There are criss-cross in the plot. People are disappearing, kidnapped, and injured to keep the truth at bay. Yet, the reader is directed to believe in God and that in the end God always wins. We should learn to trust in God in all things. We shouldn’t believe the gossip that we hear. We are reminded God is faithful and never fails.
I found this book to be an excellent read. This is the first Christian Book that I read that is created in such a remarkable way. I love the way how the Author portrayed the Character of Thaddeus Ganvis who is the Pastor who have the faith by displaying the trust in God was set in stone. Despite the fact he was locked up unlawfully for the murder of a young lady, God was working out of public view to bring him out by using his attorney Charles. I believe that T.K.Ware created this story for the purpose to encourage us to pray and really to explore God, and ask Him to help improve our faith in the Master. As a reader I picture myself, if I was in the shoes of Pastor Ganvis, How will I put my faith into action if something this tragic happens to me? Can I will be able to forgive? Do I still praise Him in Advance? T.K is very gifted and anointed in the writing of this mystery novel. The plot was very good and the pace kept me wanting to read to figure out the solution. The champion for justice in “Trial of Injustice” is Charles Everson who is an attorney fight for what is right and integrity. Charles Everson follows God’s will regardless what might happen to him while defending the innocent. This novel is written so that readers can be minister to and discover that God wins in the end regardless of what destructive occurred and continues to occur to thwart justice. The action-packed ending of this story made it hard to put down the book. The main point that minister to me the most was regardless the wrong that Deacon Bradley did to Pastor Ganvis and the Church, Pastor Ganvis didn’t hold any grudges but use the power of forgiveness. Also there was a sentence in the book speaks so much volume “Sometimes a little power can destroy a fool. Deacon Bradley allows Satan use his lust for power and greed to destroy his integrity and to take his freedom. Mr. T.K. Ware should consider using the Character of lawyer Charles Everson in other stories. He is a well-developed character that we want to see champion fighting causes and justices for God. Also “Trial of Injustices” will make a great Blockbusters Christian Movie.