An Engineered Injustice

An Engineered Injustice Review

What if the deadliest train wreck in the nation’s history was no accident?

When a passenger train derails in North Philadelphia with fatal results, idealistic criminal defense attorney Vaughn Coburn takes on the most personal case of his young career. The surviving engineer is his cousin Eddy, and when Eddy asks Vaughn to defend him, he can’t help but accept. Vaughn has a debt to repay, for he and his cousin share an old secret—one that changed both their lives forever.

As blame for the wreck zeros in on Eddy, Vaughn realizes there’s more to this case than meets the eye. Seeking the truth behind the crash, he finds himself the target of malicious attorneys, corrupt railroad men, and a mob boss whose son perished in the accident and wants nothing less than cold-blooded revenge. With the help of his ex-con private investigator and an old flame who works for the competition, Vaughn struggles to defeat powerful forces—and to escape his own past built on secrets and lies.

Title:An Engineered Injustice

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  • Matt

    First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, William L. Myers, Jr., and Thomas & Mercer for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review....

  • Louise Wilson

    A passenger train derails in the North Philadelphia with fatal results, and criminal defence attorney Vaughn Coburn takes on the most personal case of his young career. The surviving engineer is his y...

  • Liz Barnsley

    An Engineered Injustice follows the same law firm from A Criminal Defense which I purchased and loved recently, but either could be read as a standalone and I highly recommend both especially if you h...

  • Tulay

    If you like reading legal thrillers, this book is for you.After reading his first book couldn't wait for this one. Train derail in North Philadelphia, many dreads and injuries. Train engineer Eddy, is...

  • Kathi Defranc

    An intriguing legal thriller where a defense attorney faces unimaginable evil. I was hooked by the first page, where a fatal train crash on tv grabs the attention of Vaughn Coburn,an attorney, as he r...

  • Amy

    Last summer I read (and loved) Myers debut, A Criminal Defense and realized how much I’ve missed reading a good legal thriller. When the author contacted me about reviewing this one it was a no brai...

  • Joey Rushing

    3 Stars— I decided to read “An Engineered Injustice” primarily because of how much I enjoyed Myers’ first book “A Criminal Defense.” First of all, Myers is a very good writer and gets you ...

  • Judy Collins

    Review to follow. ...

  • Carol

    Perfect title for this book, with Amtrak and Eddy, their engineer under the gun for a horrific crash. Eddy is Vaughn's cousin, and Vaughn, as Eddy's lawyer, owes him and his whole family a legal repri...

  • Mandie

    An Engineered Injustice is a great read. It was fullof mystery and suspense. It one of the top crime thrillers I have read. The storyline was unique and brilliant. The characters were easy to connect ...