Detective Martell of the Chicago Police Department has a big problem on his hands when he discovers a connection between a recent drug bust and a case he worked on in the ’80s. Not sure if he can trust his peers, Martell goes to the one person he knows he can count on: Jeff Scott.
Jeff has taken over as the city’s vigilante after Jim, his predecessor, was killed in a drug bust. Toward the end, Jim’s demeanor took a turn for the worse as he became more violent in his work and went after bigger thugs, which ultimately led to his untimely demise. The last thing Jeff wants is to let a life of violence get the better of him and end up like Jim. So, in a pursuit to avoid the same destiny as his mentor, he seeks the truth about Jim and the life he led before the two joined forces.
In his heart, Jeff knows right from wrong, but in his work, the distinction isn’t always clear. He doesn’t want to let the vigilante lifestyle take him over, but he has responsibilities: to look out for the little guys.
Being the city’s vigilante, however, becomes a bit more complicated after he’s spotted doing what he does best. An assignment from Martell puts him under the microscope of the Chicago Police Department. Vigilante work is supposed to go unnoticed as Jeff intends to stay anonymous to the public and criminals alike…
…but now he’s gotten himself noticed—and in a very big way.
His do-gooder, crime-fighting ways put him in the wrong place at the wrong time and now he has the Chicago Police Department on his trail.
To complicate matters further, when he isn’t wearing the vigilante suit, he’s trying to maintain a relationship with his girlfriend. But now her new job is taking up all her time, just when Jeff needs her most. He fears he’ll lose her to her hectic schedule and a schmoozing boss, and the only way to make things right is to be the best vigilante that he can be.
To add to the mess Jeff has gotten himself into, there is a new vigilante in town—and it isn’t Jeff. Now, the only question is…
Will this new vigilante work for good or for evil?
My review of "NOTHING GOOD IS FREE":
Jeff Scott, a young vigilante fights crime and drug trafficking on the streets. Would Jeff fell into the trap set up by the Chicago Police department to discover the vigilante's identity? His job becomes complicated when Brooke (his girlfriend) and her jealous co-worker are getting involved.
A compelling detective and spy novel that kept me on the edge. The suspense captivated me throughout the twists and turns of the novel.
If you have enjoyed reading best-selling novels "Agatha Christie" or "the Shadows of the Wind"!!!, you should read "NOTHING GOOD IS FREE" by Matthew R Horn. You would not be disappointed!!!
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