Book Review: ‘The Punishment Due’ by Justin Osborne

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Having read Justin Osborne’s “Bitter Fruit: A Taste Of The Antholocaust” I couldn’t wait to read more from this author, so I picked up a copy of this short story: “The Punishment Due“.

Meet Garrett, a convict who does what he can to be secluded away from the other prisoners. He is one of the worst kinds of criminals – in my opinion. As he lays in his cell, a stranger appears and before the story ends, Garrett is facing his own personal hell.

Have you ever wanted to see someone get their comeuppance? Read “The Punishment Due” and watch Karma give this very unpleasant man a very good kick up the backside!

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