From NY Times and USA Today bestselling author M A Comley who has sold over three and a half million copies worldwide. A 17,000 word novella to accompany the Justice series.
When hope is lost… anger surfaces.
DI Lorne Simpkins and her partner, DS Pete Childs, encounter one of their most evil criminals to date when a priest is found murdered in a church.
Why was a man of God killed. Was the killer sending a message?
The truth, when it’s finally revealed, is flabbergasting. Lorne sets out to right the wrongs she uncovers.
I have to admit that these Justice novellas have me feeling quite melancholy. I was a huge fan of the series as well as Lorne and Pete and whilst I love being able to read of their earlier cases, it is a reminder of how much I miss this series and characters and wish I had the time to re read them all and get to know them all over again.
Whilst these novellas pack more than a punch, I also find them quite comforting as I so enjoy the working relationship between Lorne and Pete and it’s something I will never tire of. Having seen them go through so much over the course of the series they definitely feel like old friends by now. They have become like my guilty pleasure as I take myself somewhere nice and quiet so I can indulge myself within the pages.
I love storylines around priests and churches so when I read the blurb, I couldn’t wait to get started. I felt like I was one of the team, getting stuck in and trying to figure out the who’s and why’s of the case of which I don’t think Lorne will ever allow me anywhere near her team as my radar was yet again way off the mark.
Flawed Justice is another compelling read where the author had me on edge throughout. The team work is always one of the highlights in these books for me as the groundwork that they do always throws up some surprising results. For a novella the author never compromises and in some ways I feel like I have read a full novel as she covers everything with nothing going unanswered or feeling rushed. My only problem is always then waiting for my next Justice fix!
My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.