Stuff has an article up about Garth McVicar’s book ‘Justice’:
The book is described as the story of how a “ordinary cocky from Hawke’s Bay became a spokesperson for the victims of violent crime”.
I hate to quibble, but this is technically incorrect: McVicar is a spokesman for white victims of violent crime, and – rather oddly, or perhaps not – he is also a spokesman for white violent criminals who attack non-white people as well as an advocate for a more forgiving, lenient justice system for any of his friends who commit crimes, but I guess that would clutter up the cover.
“Justice is [McVicar's] story told in Garth’s straightforward no-nonsense style,” the blurb reads.
The article goes on to reveal that the book was written by someone else, and McVicar has not read it yet.