Andy Russle, a spiritually-challenged college professor with a past, finds himself re-united with old friends to stop a terrorist attack on a famous Southern California amusement park by a mysterious self-styled "King of the World." Along the way, he confronts issues of God and faith, the cost of battling evil, and what the term "The American Way" really means. "No Justice" combines humor, romance, philosophy, political science, vivid characterizations and plenty of action, along with just enough history and science to show just how possible this story really is. Interesting characters include the hot-tempered but profanity-free Joey Decca, the philosophical Rabbi Cooperman, and the witty "tomboy" Michelle Clay, as well as the man who wants to rule the earth by dissolving all nations. Of course, there's also a very good black dog that helps inspire in Andy his dedication to friendship, integrity and love of country. A galloping read with a likable multi-cultural cast, wry wit and some thought-provoking questions to ponder.