Toxic Justice by M.A. Comley @Melcom1


Book Description:

When life gets tough…

Desperation seeps in.

When Jonathan Giles has nowhere left to turn in life, he commits suicide. How can a fifteen-year-old boy be driven to take such drastic action to solve his problems?

DI Lorne Warner is about to tackle the most heart-wrenching, nonsensical case of her career.

With the suicide statistics among teenagers rising on her patch, DCI Roberts asks Lorne to investigate the reasons behind the victims taking their own lives.

Will the shocking truth Lorne and her tenacious team uncover give the grieving families the justice they deserve?

My Thoughts:

Wow! This book was emotional in so many ways. Some readers will certainly find parts of the story upsetting due to the nature of the story line. Bullying is just the lowest of the low and the fact that it results in certain children taking their own lives, well it’s just heart breaking. Sadly it’s something we hear of happening far too often these days.

It is really interesting to see how the police and the school in the story act on the suicides. I certainly didn’t envy Lorne and her team having to speak to the parents of not only of the victims, but also of the bullies. I didn’t even want to try and imagine how it must be for the victims families. My heart really did literally break and I just wanted to reach out and hold them.

The story as usual had me hooked through out. I was shocked and horrified along with Lorne over the treatment of the children who had taken their own lives. I really urge people to read this book as hopefully if anything it will make you watch out for signs of what your child is going through, also if your child is the one doing the bullying, to act upon it.

Toxic Justice is an emotional roller coaster of a read. I have been through so many highs and lows along with Lorne and her team in this series. Lorne, Tony and Charlie feel almost like family or good friends by now. It really is a first class series where the author has given me all the thrills and chills I could ever hope for and more. It seems fitting that the last in the series is one of the authors most darkest and sinister of them all. Would give it more than five stars if I could do. Am so sad to see the end of this series and yes I shed more than a few tears. Outstanding!

My thanks to the author for a copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.

Toxic Justice is available to purchase from Amazon. (Please note that link used is an affiliate link).

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