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Get the entire series in one place!First came Redemption: Samuel Elijah Johnson seeks to overcome his past by educating himself in prison. He graduates law school but has no clue what to do next until a fellow prisoner plants an idea in his mind.MoreGet the entire series in one place!First came Redemption: Samuel Elijah Johnson seeks to overcome his past by educating himself in prison. He graduates law school but has no clue what to do next until a fellow prisoner plants an idea in his mind.Arthur Creed was raised in a strict evangelical church by militantly religious parents. He hides a secret addiction and a secret insanity. His sins come face to face with the rules ingrained into his memory by his parents.Randy Peterson wants desperately to do the right thing, to be the kind of hero he feels his family deserves. He especially wants to convince his wife’s parents that he’s “good enough” for their daughter.Things spin out of control. Their worlds all collide with a monumental crash. In the end, can any of them find Redemption?Then came Temptation: Samuel Elijah Johnson worked hard in prison to earn his law degree. He got out and started representing clients at parole hearings with surprising results: he never lost. Earning a reputation as an up and comer with a great deal of respect for the truth, now he is faced with Temptation: is it time to take the next step and become a true defense attorney? Will he forsake his values for more money and notoriety?An evil mastermind, a team of car thieves, and a tangled web of deception all conspire to lead him down a new and dangerous path. Will he give in to Temptation or stay the noble course?In the sequel to Redemption, Sam, Ruth, Peter, and the gang are back to face the new challenges that come with living and moving forward. Grab this thriller today. You won’t believe where it takes you next!And finally Confession: Samuel Elijah Johnson spent time in prison, but earned his Juris doctorate while incarcerated. Now on the outside, he thinks he is on the right track. Until an attempt on his life brings him face-to-face with his past, and the family he’d rather forget.His mother’s belief that he is some kind of Messiah haunts him, and he discovers she is not alone.There is an entire church that shares her beliefs, and more. They think they are doing God’s work, and convince Sam to join them. But evil rears its ugly head, and he discovers a different kind of prison. One that glorifies confession, demands obedience, and punishes transgression. Will he take his place among their leaders? Or will he try to walk away, only to find someone is willing to kill for his final Confession?