A ship wreck–
Dozens of bodies washed ashore–
Clear evidence that evil has made port in London.
The horrific case piques the interest of P.I. Lorne Simpkins. It doesn’t take long before Lorne learns that young, helpless women are being caged and sold to the wealthy and salacious. Old wounds are wrenched open when she suspects a cover-up by the very authorities that should be keeping lawful order. Can she trust the self-serving journalist bent on making the human-trafficking ring his next big story? When her daughter is involved in a life-threatening accident, it’s difficult for Lorne to keep her head in the game. But Lorne and her ex-MI6 husband, Tony, are determined to end the repulsive slave trade and bring the criminals to justice–even if it means Lorne ends up locked in a cage herself.
Ultimate Justice is the sixth book in the Lorne Simpkins series.
By now with this series of books I have begun to feel like I am visiting family as soon as I start reading them. In the chapters which feature Tony, Lorne and her dad in the house that they all live in, I feel like I’m in the room with them and party to their conversations. The author has created such great characters in her books that you can’t help but get attached to them. So much so that at the end of this particular book I was crying, even though I should have seen this little twist coming I think I personally chose to ignore it. If your a fan of this series and you read this book then you will understand but otherwise my lips are sealed as I don’t want to give anything away.
M.A.Comley is not afraid to tackle any subject regardless of how sensitive that subject may be. This is why I am a huge fan of her books. Don’t get me wrong some parts of her stories make for unpleasant reading but unfortunately it is what goes on in the real world and it just gives the authors books that harder edge than some others in the same genre. In Ultimate Justice Lorne finds herself caught up in a human trafficking racket which sees Lorne and her good friend Kate in terrible danger.
As with all of this authors books, they tend to be like a tube of Pringles though instead of once you pop you can’t stop it’s more a case of once you start reading you can’t stop until the end! Ultimate Justice has plenty of action and as always Lorne has to try juggle her normal family and kennels everyday life with her new world of being a P.I and all I can say is that it makes for thrilling reading for us readers!