Savage Justice by M.A. Comley @Mel_ComleyWrite

Book Description:

From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author M A Comley who has sold nearly three million ebooks worldwide.

The year is 2004, Lorne Simpkins and her partner, Pete Childs, have a terror attack on their hands.

Lorne has her suspicions who is behind the incident… her arch enemy, The Unicorn. Can the intrepid duo bring the vile criminal to justice before he carries out his ultimate plan to tear the capital apart?

Grab this 17,000 word thrilling novella now.

My Thoughts:

If you are a fan of this author’s Justice series, then this novella is an absolute must read. Don’t get me wrong, other readers will be able to read this easily enough as a standalone, but fans of the series definitely won’t want to miss out on this encounter with The Unicorn.

The Unicorn is one of my most hated villains of all time. I have a love hate relationship as I hate him for the heinous crimes he commits but he also makes an incredibly great baddie. Having him back on the scene has tensions running high. Even the usual easy working relationship between Lorne and Pete is feeling the strain.

For a short novella, the author packs a lot into it. There is no way the reader won’t be gripped with this particular story line as there is a fair bit of action to sink your teeth into.

Savage Justice is a quick fix in the incredible Justice crime series featuring Lorne Simpkins and her lovable side kick Pete Childs. Guaranteed to have you hooked, it made for some seriously chilling reading. Loved it!

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

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

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