‘Judgment Day’ By Jamey O’Donnell

Judgment Day is about Prison executioner Fred Barlow, who has spent his adult life working for the Florida State Penitentiary putting men to death for their crimes against humanity.
His chosen profession was one of retribution to the men who were like his father, the man that killed his mother and brother when he was a child and escaped arrest, never to be seen again until that fateful day when his father came before him in the next room, strapped to the electric chair he was about to pull the switch on.

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