Deadly Justice | Podium Audio

By: Peter O'Mahoney

Performed by: Joe Knezevich

Released: April 16, 2024

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 07 hr, 43 min

The clock is ticking…
Night club owner Rick Cowan approaches criminal defense attorney Tex Hunter and presents an offer Hunter can’t refuse. But Rick Cowan isn’t a regular client. He isn’t faultless, he isn’t friendly, and he isn’t clean—his past is littered with violence, agony, and decades of fraudulent behavior. Cowan claims he’s innocent of the felony drug charges and has been set up from the inside, but the evidence against him continues to mount.
Determined to smash a corruption racket involving convicted felons, business owners, and the Chicago Police Department, Hunter works the case, treading closer to the threats with each step, closer to danger with each day. The corruption racket was built on violence and deception, bribery and exploitation, and the members would continue to protect their reputations, even if it cost a defense lawyer his life. Digging through years of testimonies and decades of criminal activity, the evidence twists into Hunter’s own past, uncovering information about his family that he never knew.
To uncover the evidence, to reveal the truth about his family’s past, Tex Hunter must face his own demons and risk his own life to expose it all…
Deadly Justice can be enjoyed as a standalone novel or part of the heart-pounding Tex Hunter Legal Thriller series!



Peter O'Mahoney



Joe Knezevich

Originally from Miami, Florida, Joe earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting from [Florida State University]( and studied in London with members of the world renowned [Complicite](   Joe was an Associate Artist at Georgia Shakespeare for 16 seasons where he appeared in over 40 plays. He is also a frequent guest on the [Alliance Stage]( and has appeared in regional theatre all over the country. In addition to his work on the stage, Joe has appeared in dozens of film and TV projects, and has narrated hundreds of audiobooks. But his most important role continues to be as husband and father.