Change of Verdict (A Diary of a Father's Love)
by D. H. Gatlin
Losing all that matters in this world can drive a man to the most extreme action that ever comes to his mind.
In Change of Verdict (A Diary of a Father's Love), by D. H. Gatlin, Jason Burton stands trial for grotesquely torturing a man before he murders him. As the details of the crime unravel through the media, people are appalled by the man and his monstrous crime.
Years before, the same man was blissfully playing his role as a perfect father to a growing girl. His world was shattered when her boyfriend raped and murdered her, and when he saw the criminal got off easy, he realized he must personally make the man pay for his crime.
Now he faces the world and a jury who are not even aware of this part of his past. Will he get the justice he deserves, or will he see the hangman?
Change of Verdict (A Diary of a Father's Love) is an intriguing story that will test our concepts of justice.
About the Author
D. H. Gatlin was born in 1972 and raised in Tampa, Florida. A huge fan of football, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Florida Gators are his favorite teams. He is a single father with a teenage daughter living in a small town in Alabama. A truck driver by trade, he wrote this book to show his daughter that one can do anything they put their mind to.
(2013, paperback, 64 pages)