Gary P. Laird Releases THE KID JUSTICE SERIES
Corey Groves is a young man, eighteen years of age, who becomes dedicated to fighting crimes of all kinds, and is a young master of the martial arts. His master teacher is Master Jung, his uncle, who becomes his father after Corey's parents are killed in a car accident. Together they create the Justice Team and work alongside the police as a surveillance squad displaying a presence that becomes a deterring force to reckon with.
"The Kid Justice Series" by Gary P. Laird is trying to send a message to the youth that it is alright to be normal. It's alright to help people in need and that it is wrong to do harm to our fellow men and women. This is the first volume. Volume two is being written at present. The book covers some of the wrong that young may encounter and the evil forces a city can thrust upon them. It is not trying to scare anyone but does show, in a graphic way, some of the issues all society is confronted with, day in and day out.
Action-packed, riveting and filled with exciting turns, "The Kid Justice Series" exposes how dangerous the society is now and how safety and precaution should be practiced. This book also encourage readers to take action and help people in need in any way they can.
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About the Author
Gary P. Laird studied the ministry with Berean University School of the Bible. He studied writing with Granton School of Technology and The Winghill School of Writing. Laird is a certified spiritual councilor with AMI (Apostles Movement International). He is a founder of Gospel Life Ministries. He also studied Evangelism with AMI. Laird has also written a book titled "Expressions of Love". He is working on volume two of "The Kid Justice Seies" and several other books at the present. He is 76 and just started to write novels. Laird has also created a cartoon strip "The funny side".
The Kid Justice Series* by Gary P. Laird
Publication Date: March 13, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 248 pages; 9781493180363
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 248 pages; 9781493180356
E-book; $3.99; 9781493180349
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