Novel Follows Trans Vigilante Who Demands ‘Blind Justice’
James Bridgwater’s thriller follows dark heroes’ war against muggers, bankers and corrupt celebrities
UNITED KINGDOM, Jan. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — After suffering abuse and trauma as a child, Mark Wilson developed split personalities and psychosomatic blindness, but he didn’t let those challenges stop him. to demand “blind justice” towards wrongdoers. James Bridgwater’s novel follows this unlikely hero who goes on a crusade against villains usually beyond accountability due to their positions of power.
Wilson has two things in this world, a guide dog called Willow and a dark secret. The vigilante named Blind Justice is a trans avenger who targets pedophiles, corrupt celebrities and bankers. Now those who otherwise escape responsibility, whose dark deeds go unseen by society, face judgment. The vigilante is on a crusade and will not stop, no matter what. However, Blind Justice does not act alone, he is helped by his only remaining childhood friend: Rocket Queen, who works in a drag act in New York. The vigilante gains confidence as he pursues his mission and accrues more success – and more despicable souls achieve their rightful ends. But Blind Justice’s crusade does not go unnoticed, he soon gains a nemesis – Detective Inspector Tracy Hansard, whose vision of justice, peace and order is framed by law.
While “Blind Justice” is the story of a crusading vigilante, it tackles relevant, sensitive and critical topics such as mental well-being, healing from trauma and abuse, as well as injustices, inequalities and poverty. ‘oppression. As Bridgwater says, “I try to teach people about mental health and not judge a book by its cover. Both have been big things in my past.”
About the Author
James Bridgwater immersed himself in reading and writing as he grew up in a single-parent family with no siblings, spending time at boarding school on weekends and avoiding sports. He taught English as a foreign language, used limericks to introduce Hungarian students to the joys of writing English poetry, and had short stories printed in the anthologies Static Movement Comes the Night 2011 and Evil in Flight 2012. magazines. But her hits are her 2013 novel “Masterstroke” and her autobiography, “Confessions of an Emotional Shipwreck.” He turned “Blind Justice” into a script and aims to make it into a movie. Bridgwater was interviewed by Kate Delaney for America Tonight and listed in Publisher’s Weekly magazine in 2020.
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