The Club, a patriotic vigilante novel by Walt Grant oils over the wounds many of us feel when we see dishonor and criminal activities within the ruling bodies of our nation. We want to make it right but ethics, morals, laws and undoubtedly the heavy hand of the law would prevent the reader from doing that.
The protagonist is charged with the death of his girl friend, indicted, convicted and sentenced to death. His death is faked and he is given a 10 year window to repay the injustice with justice that he administers with those who have rescued him.
The book follows his maneuvers to protect America from criminals in the judiciary and legislative branches of government and along the way he falls in love twice and has a good many trips to the bed and shower. Nowhere are the sex scenes described or are details provided, so it is not an X rated book.
All the way along, reading it day by day, the reader is led to believe that he can do this too. That within him remains the physical and mental strength to make a difference in the wrongs he sees committed and that are blasted across the pages of our country’s newspapers and TV screens.
Take your heart in your hand and proceed through these pages with the idea that it could happen—could be happening, and thank God that others are doing it for you.
James A. Misko, Gold Award winning author of As All My Fathers Were.