5 Star Review for Lost Conscience by amazon top 1000 reviewer Israel Drazin

This review of Lost Conscience: A Ben Baker Sniper Novel was posted in December on amazon by an amazon top 1000 reviewer.
5.0 out of 5 stars A sniper/vigilante story involving the sale of children for sex September 12, 2012
By Israel Drazin TOP 1000 REVIEWER  VINE™ VOICE
I had the feeling as I read this thriller that it moved like a large snowball down a precipitous hill growing larger and larger as it rolled; the suspense built with each succeeding page. Ben Baker and Frank Senich are former military snipers with expertise in hand to hand combat that they practice daily. Ben is an Assistant County Attorney and Frank a truck driver. They have a history of going beyond the law and not getting caught while in the military. The two use their skills in this novel, which is about vigilante justice.
Ben is upset when he hears about a young student killing more than a half dozen fellow students and wounding others at his school. The youth was traumatized by being sexually molested. Ben is also upset when he hears about the abduction of a young girl and discovers that the county attorney let him go free. Ben kills the molester. Then he learns about a child trafficking ring that seems to involve his immediate boss, the County Attorney, the Country Attorney’s brother, and the State’s Attorney General. Ben asks Frank to help him kill the molesters. The two come into contact with truck-stop sellers of drugs and the sale of children for sex, an extremely rich porn supplier who enjoys sex with children, two oversize wrestlers hired by the County Attorney’s brother to kill them, and a sniper hired by the rich porn purveyor to protect him. Ben and Frank also need to protect Ben’s wife and daughter from thugs out to kill them.
Besides being a great story the exploits raise the question whether Ben and Frank are acting properly when they go beyond the law.

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