Chris Bawa is back with his fists and guns!
His four friends betrayed him, and he has been in prison for ten years!
A corrupt prison officer wanted him dead, and for ten years pitched him in the deadliest, most savage deathmatches.
But Chris has survived…
Now he is coming back to Little Rock with a vengeance. Someone is going to pay!
He is back in Little Rock where he finds the only woman he had ever loved now married to one of his brothers, and the town that had once embraced him as a hero now wants him dead.
They hate him in the town, and they do not want him to stay, but no one is going to drive Chris out before he gets to the bottom of the mystery, before he finds out who had betrayed him, and why he was betrayed!
There is also another woman in town, with some very amazing abilities, and she is with one of Chris’ enemies.
But from the very first time she sees Chris, she feels a fire she has never felt before…
There is not going to be any mercies shown, no punches held, no rock unturned, as Chris sets about finding out the truth and meting out his own brand of justice and revenge in this explosive action package…
Armed with a set of deadly skills and a gun at his waist, and with bullets chasing him and death waiting in various forms in every turn, Chris’ fight for truth and ultimate revenge rages on in this Western-style thriller that holds no punches.
And then there are the two women…
Both passionate, both strong in their beliefs…
One has betrayed him, and yet doesn’t want to let go…
And the other is incredibly beautiful and mysterious, with a rare ability, and has set her eyes on Chris!
Filled with incredible action, betrayal, intrigue, death and romance, BAWA'S LAW takes the Western cowboy genre and ratchets it up into a most breath-taking ride that will leave you craving for more!
Chris Bawa has never been this deadly, this angry, and this charming….
The three men around the table had papers in their hands and files in front of them, and they had been reading for a long time.
The two men sitting on stiff-backed leather chairs away from the table were looking on silently.
The windows were closed and the curtains were drawn. Lighted lamps blazed gloriously in elegant holders, casti……
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