Gareth Dawson is innocent. His main problem is that the British justice system doesn’t agree with him.
An innocent man sent to prison for life. A lawyer gives him a second chance. Can they overcome an unfair system to clear his name?
Gareth Dawson is innocent. He’s not a murderer. His main problem is that the British justice system doesn’t agree with him. He might be a reformed thief guilty of many things in his past, but not murder. In the space of a few short months, Gareth has gone from being married to the woman of his dreams to facing a life sentence.
Inside Her Majesty’s Prison Whitemoor, a Category A prison in Cambridgeshire, Gareth’s got all the time in the world to go over the events that led to the guilty verdict. The guilty verdict which cost him everything in the world that he loved. His dignity. His freedom. His wife.
Gareth is approached by a lawyer, Paul Dewar, who claims to have information that will vindicate him. But is it enough to set him free? As threats against Gareth increase on the inside, Paul Dewar’s challenge, and Gareth’s fight for freedom, begins.
Praise for Blind Justice
“Blind Justice is an intriguing crime drama that features well-written and expressed emotions. If you enjoy BBC crime dramas or Law and Order, this is the book for you.” – Entrada Publishing
“An exciting legal thriller with an excellent little twist at the end.” – Whatsgoodtoread.co.uk
“Well-written and full of suspense, Burrows presents a likeable main character that a lot of us can relate to. You’ll be turning the pages to see how it all plays out!” – Dwayne, Amazon.com Reviewer
“This book gives you a rogue, who changes his ways for a woman, only to be accused of a heinous crime and locked away for life! Plenty of twists and turns which keep you guessing. Family and the truth are upmost. I would love to read some more books by this author.” – Cath, Amazon.co.uk Reviewer
“I will certainly recommend this book to all my friends. John Grisham will have to watch out as I think Nathan is a better story teller.” – Mark, Goodreads Reviewer
Everybody Needs Good Neighbours
In the summer of 2018, not long after being released, Blind Justice hit the Top 10 in the UK Amazon Charts (in the Legal Thrillers category). I suddenly found myself sandwiched by some pretty heavy duty company. A tweet I sent at the time was ‘liked’ by Michael Connolly himself (but I don’t know if he bought a copy of my book!).