From M A Comley, the NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Justice series, who has sold over three million copies worldwide, comes Justice Again, the next generation.
A despicable murder covered up for twenty-five years…
A family ripped apart by an atrocious crime…
Who is responsible for this cruel deception, a brutal loss of life? And why?
DI Katy Foster has the ultimate dilemma when a young woman discovers her father attacked and left for dead.
Countless clues lead to one suspect in particular, but with all the time that has passed and the lack of potential evidence needed for a conviction, Katy’s team are left feeling exasperated.
Will the team be able to unravel this complex case with dozens of untruths to sift through, to capture a killer who has been roaming free for a quarter of a century?
Other books in the series are:
Gone in Seconds
Ultimate Dilemma is the second book in the Justice Again series. The story focuses heavily on the murder case so readers may want to read Gone In Seconds to get a better feel for the main characters, otherwise it reads well as a standalone.
This was a story where the author cleverly left red herrings in her track so that I was sent off in different directions so when the truth hits, wham! I didn’t see them coming. Probably reading late on a night wasn’t the best time to finish this as I was in such shock that it ended up taking me ages to actually drop off to sleep. It was worth it though.
Katy and Charlie work well together. At times I forgot that with Charlie I had seen her grow up from a young girl into her teens in the Justice series. She is far from being that young girl now. Very much an adult and doing a great job at standing out and not hiding under her mother’s work legacy. I can just tell that there is going to be so much to come from her character throughout this series.
Ultimate Dilemma is a thrilling read that had me gasping out loud a couple of times in shock. I don’t think I was prepared for how dark and sinister this particular case would be. Things certainly are not straight forward and as more things come to light, it will definitely put you in a dilemma making you rethink everything. Well played by the author who is getting to be a master of clever twists.
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.