Joe Broadmeadow retired with the rank of Captain from the East Providence, Rhode Island Police Department after twenty years. Assigned to various divisions within the department including Commander of Investigative Services, he also worked in the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and on special assignment to the FBI Drug Task Force.
Silenced Justice is his second novel in the Josh Williams series. His first novel, Collision Course, continues to garner rave reviews and is available on Amazon.com
When Joe is not writing, he is hiking or fishing (and thinking about writing). Joe completed a 2,185-mile thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in September 2014. After completing the trail, Joe published a short story, Spirit of the Trail, available on Amazon.com in Kindle format.
Collision Course is an intense police procedural and legal thriller incorporating elements of blind political aspirations, human failings, and hope.
In the style of Scott Turow and John Grisham, Collision Course is a fascinating and enjoyable read.
The novel is set in the background of the strained relationship between the Police and the minority community arising from racial prejudices embedded within police departments.
Sergeant Josh Williams, East Providence (RI)) Police Department and his fatal encounter with Anthony ‘JoJo’ Machado, a troubled Marine Corps war veteran, becomes a victim of politics and the quest for power.
The tragic taking of a life used to further one man’s personal gain.
The novel explores the human aspect of those thrust into a nightmare beyond their control. An ambitious US Attorney turns the rage of racial inequality into a platform for a run for the US Senate, perverting the Justice system and trampling over anyone in his way to succeed.
Because without Truth, there is no Justice!
Lieutenant Josh Williams is back in this latest thriller from Joe Broadmeadow, Silenced Justice.
When his former boss, retired Lieutenant Chris Hamlin, asks him to reopen an old case, Josh uncovers the shocking truth behind an innocent man’s death in prison. In 1972, Darnell Grey, accused of a series of rapes and a homicide, is beaten to death in the prison while awaiting trial.