In Washington D.C., a newly-elected president delivers his inaugural speech and promises to "make America pure again". In Dearborn, Michigan, Arya Khan, a young Muslim-American woman watches President Ronald John’s acceptance speech in horror while a white supremacist, just a few miles away, watches the same speech with pure joy. He decides to honor the new president by fire bombing a local mosque. The Dearborn Police promise to investigate, but Arya fears that the local police force is indifferent to the Muslim community and will let the crime be swept under the rug, so she takes matters into her own hands. Arya identifies a suspect, follows him, and witnesses his brutal murder. However, in a twist of fate, all evidence points to Arya as the murderer and she’s arrested, jailed and formally charged. The news story reaches the new president who decides to deport Arya's immigrant parents. Zachary Blake (the central character of Bello’s debut legal thriller, Betrayal of Faith) returns as the trial lawyer for the family and the drama plays out in both criminal and immigration courtrooms. As the Dearborn Police continues to investigate and tie loose ends, an organization of white supremacists tries to thwart any attempt to tie their group to the murder and mayhem. Can Zachary Blake and his crack private investigator, Micah Love, save Arya from a murder charge and her parents from deportation? Betrayal of Justice is the second installment of the Zachary Blake Betrayal Legal Thriller Series by attorney/author Mark M. Bello. Fans of John Grisham and Scott Turow will enjoy Bello's ability to captivate readers with intriguing characters, nonstop action, and compelling courtroom drama. Can this family expect justice in a new, "pure" America?