A killer, an abductor, and a villain intent on revenge – just a normal week in the life of DI Lorne Warner.
When a wealthy woman is found murdered in a country lane, close to her home, it’s up to Lorne to find the evidence to track down the rural killer.
When another resident in the same vicinity is abducted, the evidence points Lorne to believe both cases are connected.
However, Lorne’s focus on the puzzling case is in jeopardy, when a criminal awaiting trial threatens her career in the force.
Can Lorne restore the tranquility in the once sleepy community? And will she still be a serving police officer in the Met by the end of the investigation?
It’s hard to believe that there are now fourteen books in this series. It doesn’t feel that long a go since I picked up my first one. I have since spent countless hours since then devouring this authors books.
Due to the wicked Claire Knight who rears her evil head in this book, I do feel readers would benefit from reading the previous book with this character in, otherwise it would have worked well as a stand alone.
Lorne is very much in the thick of things again when a very charitable local lady is found brutally killed. Sadly it turns out not to be a one off. Not only does Lorne and her team have their current case they are working on, Lorne’s own reputation is at stake when a previous criminal (Claire Knight) is hell bent on getting her own back on Lorne.
If you love a strong protagonist who loves her job and will do anything to get the bad guys as well as protecting her family, you will love this.
Prime Justice is yet another fast paced story that readers are going to sail through. I always have to set some time aside from the out side world as I know when I pick up one of this authors books time just seems to pass effortlessly as I am so engrossed in the characters and story. Gripping stuff!
Goodreads rating 5/5 stars.
Prime Justice is out tomorrow and available to purchase from Amazon.