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The Flawed Judicial System and the Innocent

Many innocents have fallen victim to the grips of a corrupted judicial system. In Jayne McGregor’s book, she points out how a mundane blind love leads a once happy life into the pits of a prison cell due to an infamous tactic played inside the four corners of a courtroom.


The innocent is an easy target and can fall as a sorry prey into the webs of corrupted morals and social injustices. Endless Days,” authored by the brilliant Jayne McGregor, exposes the loathsome truth of a society struggling to seek justice through the blinding and misleading exchange of arguments inside a courtroom. Jayne clearly shows the irony of how justice suffers mostly in the courtroom, especially when the verdict fails to align with the truth and thus with justice itself. In the event of such, justice becomes one-sided and not absolute.
“Endless Days” tells the tale of Arianna Spinelli, a single mother of two teenagers, who fell in love with the charming and fun-loving surgeon Nick Caravelli. The two kept things casual, both neither wanting nor expecting to make the relationship serious – until Nick bought Arianna a diamond ring.
Smitten, she moved in with him with joyful expectations only to be disappointed as the days passed. Buried dreadful secrets were unearthed and home was no longer a home. To exacerbate the already the distressing situation, Nick’s ex-wife and children came in to play.
The ex-wife hired an attorney and brewed together a malevolent scheme that resulted in the destruction of Arianna. An overwrought heart-wrenching event befell her – the flawed and corrupted judicial system took its toll on the innocent Arianna. An undeserved fate. Time stretched to infinity: the years are long; the days, many. Grieving in the silent darkness of a jail cell, all she can do now is to hope beyond hope that justice soon be sought.
Leaf through the pages of Jayne McGregor’s “Endless Days” and know the story of a good woman and how a blind love leads her into her ultimate destruction. The book is fierce and fearless in presenting the undeniable facts of corruption and how the methods of determining true justice are flawed that they sometimes falter.
“Endless Days” 
Written by Jayne McGregor
Published by Folioavenue Publishing Service
Publish Date: August 2, 2019
Paperback: $8.99
About the Author:
Jayne McGregor has been interested in writing her entire life, and even used her summer vacation to write a special story to present to her English teacher when school commenced in the fall. She excelled in English and Math, and while she has taken several college classes; however, she does not hold a degree. 
During Jayne’s life, she has held down a variety of jobs, and has traveled extensively, including three years spent living in Yokosuka, Japan. Many of the places she has been and jobs that she has done come in handy when writing as it cuts down on the amount of research that has to be done. 

Jayne loves to put some little part of herself in each book that she writes, thereby using her experiences to the utmost. She excels at writing, proofreading and editing as she gained that experience working for Int’l Harvester as their Head Editor (instruction manuals printed in any language for their equipment).

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