An action-packed story of one man’s thirst for power and the ultimate flaw that his undoing.

Cicero Day is a man who controls his gangland territory with an iron fist. Following the footsteps of his mobster father, Cicero dominates the Kansas City underworld with terror, brutality, and shrewd business sense. No one is willing to stand up to him, for they know the retribution he will bring. Cicero fears no one – not even God.

Yet that is about to change. Cicero is haunted by recurring nightmares about the bloodshed he has caused, and his mother’s constant praying for his soul begins to wear thin. Cicero believes he should be beyond such superstitious nonsense, but it continues to seep into his life no matter how much he tries to shut it out.

He and his followers unleash all manner of violence on the streets. But can Cicero overcome his past and even live to see another day? The Tragic Flaw barrels down a path of violence as Cicero if forced to choose between ambition or redemption.

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