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Publisher's Summary

If someone you loved was the victim of a violent crime, how far would you go to find justice?
Jack Devlin didn't know the answer, until his brother was left comatose after a brutal assault. To the police, it was just another New York mugging. But to Jack Devlin, it was an abomination that must be avenged - outside the law.
"Packs a savage punch." (The New York Times)
"Dark, sexy, fast and tough." (Kirkus Reviews)
"Action fans will applaud." (Publishers Weekly)
©1992, 2017 John Clarkson (P)2018 John Clarkson
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5 out of 5 stars
By cosmitron on 02-28-18

Watch out Jack Devlin is in the Big Apple

Would you consider the audio edition of And Justice for One to be better than the print version?

Have only listened to the Audio edition.

What did you like best about this story?

A classic thriller in my town ...... the greatest city on earth New York.

What about Alan Philip Ormond’s performance did you like?

His voice and style are perfect for this old time thriller.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Oh yeah

Any additional comments?

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 04-24-18

Don't let original published date keep you away..,

And Justice for One by John Clarkson is a super read. I won't go into what the book is about because there are already quite a few reviews doing that already. It's a pretty simple premise, you hurt and almost took away someone I love, I will make sure you never do this to anyone ever again. The story is fast paced, the characters have very distinct personalities. Basically it's a good vs evil kind of story and we all know how that will end. This is very suspenseful , the dangerous situations come rapidly one after another. Although it was originally published in '92, other then a payphone here and there or lower prices for some items, it could have been written today.
Alan Philip Ormond does a great job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 03-31-18

So macho, so big and tough.

A good introduction which really drew this reader into the story - two brothers, once close who has more of less lost touch with each other over the years, brought together again for their father's funeral, one married with a family, the other still single, and has worked all his life in the police, military or secret service, now with an independent 'security' company. They go hard drinking together in the bars that evening, get separated and, in the morning, the married brother doesn't come home. Great hopes for a really interesting mystery.
But no.. It turns, instead, into exactly what it says in the title: a novel of revenge. Or rather, a showcasing for serial small scale fist fights with some fun fire. Just not my cup of tea, especially with the main protagonist, Jack Devlin, being not the "good man ... in a very bad world," but one who puts lives at risk, apparently for his own enjoyment rather than to take revenge for his brother.

It is a compelling listen, just tedious in the very many fight scenes, and oh, so macho postering, and, frankly, unbelievable. Narrator, Alan Philip Orland, however, does a fine job with a clear, well articulated reading which matches the pace of the story, increasing speed slightly at times of fights or chases. He also gives good, individual voicing to all of the characters, ones appropriate to them, and even the Irish accents are reasonable. Overall, a good performance, but not even be was able to block my irritations.

My thanks to the rights holder for gifting me a complimentary copy of Justice for One at my request, via Audiobook Boom. I am sure that there will be many readers who would enjoy this style of book but for me it was too focused on male posturing and fighting, with endurance capabilities out of proportion to that which a human should be able to sustain. Unless he's Bruce Willis, of course.

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5 out of 5 stars
By med c on 03-06-18

And Justice for One

And Justice for One. Tough guy investigator Devlin loses his brother during a night of heavy drinking after their father's wake. When his brother doesn't turn up the next day, Devlin begins to bring down his own brand of violent justice on anyone who was involved in whatever happened to his brother.

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