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Saint Justice

Christopher Wren Thrillers, Book 1
Narrated by: Nick Cracknell
Series: Christopher Wren Thrillers, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins

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Sole survivor of an all-American death cult.

The greatest psy-ops agent in American history.

Now, America's hunting him.

On the run from Uncle Sam, cult leader and ex-DHS agent Christopher Wren walks into a biker bar in Northern Utah, looking only to get beaten up. What he uncovers instead is repugnant - a vast human trafficking operation run with ruthless corporate precision, funneling thousands of homeless people from the streets to....

Nobody knows. Nobody cares.

They should.

But the Department of Homeland Security won't listen to Wren's warnings. Outlawed for running his own secret "cult" on the side, a group built to rehabilitate criminals the system couldn't handle, DHS' cross hairs fall squarely on him.

Now, mass civil war is brewing in the wilds of America. One spark in the tinderkeg could ignite the inferno, and Wren finds himself alone in the dark, hunted by both DHS and the brutal traffickers, watching the spark fall.

It takes a cult leader to kill a cult.

If you like action heroes with the grit of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, the intelligence of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon, and the sheer audacity of Barry Eisler’s John Rain, then you’ll love Christopher Wren.

Listen to Saint Justice and start the first stand-alone vigilante thriller in the best-selling Christopher Wren series today!

©2018 Mike Grist (P)2020 Mike Grist

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  • Laniann
  • 27-03-20

Highly Recommend

This is an amazing story that rocketed from one suspenseful event to the next. The main character Christopher Wren is a well developed tortured soul. Listening to the story caused me to feel strong emotions of sadness. I wanted to stop listening to the story because of the brutal treatment people can deliver to others. All in all, I needed to know what happened, so I continued. I recommend listening to the story if the author's intro piques your interest.