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Injustice For All: A Justice Seekers Novel Paperback – January 1, 2012
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I love the way this story runs in two separate sections until the story catches up to itself. And when it does it doesn't slow down for a second! It's difficult to explain how amazing this story is without giving away anything important. So I want to be careful, but I still want to explain how awesome this story is and how excited I am that it is the first in a new series. And while I look forward to the next book as I believe it will be an edge of your seat type of series!
Sometimes book titles make no sense when you read the book. In this case the title of the book captures its very essence. The book is both a murder mystery and a tale of redemption.
Ms. Caroll does a great job intertwining and weaving character's stories into a complex tapestry of deception and murder. She provides a depth of character and overview of their lives that gives you sufficient insight as to their motivations. Some aspects of the book could be considered evangelical. There are definitive overtones of Christianity but they do not detract from the enjoyment of the book.
I don't feel the author is proselytizing merely presenting a story using her particular point of view and creating a compelling read and a good mystery.
I recommend it.
Remington Wyatt, the goddaughter of Daniel Tate, was home and recognized the killers. She sets off the alarm for security before she reaches Daniel. Prior to the arrival of the police, she promises to take the contents of his safe as he breathes out his last dying wish. Out of fear for her life, she takes the contents and does the only thing that she knows to do ... run! She vows, however, to find justice for his death, as this is personal.
FBI agent, Rafe Baxter, is transferred to a different Federal office due to cutbacks in staff. There, he's assigned to work cold cases. The Daniel Tate murder is the first one assigned. What he finds in the case baffles him, and leads him to the town of Hopewell, Louisiana. He's also baffled by the whims of women, not knowing how to handle them.
Robin Caroll, in Injustice for All, brings on the suspense from the very first page, leaving you terrified for Remington, wondering if the killers see her. I found myself almost holding my breath for her as she attempts to remain hidden. The loving touch of Remington as she holds Daniel before he expires is heart-wrenching, yet tender. I could feel the urgency in his voice as he pleads with her to take the safe contents.
Robin's plot twists keep you glued to the book, as they spin into directions you don't expect. The first scene is just a teaser to envelop you into the characters and scenarios. Her characters are complex, manipulative, interesting, and sometimes even delightful. The terror and danger of the circumstances keep you wondering how Robin will pull it all together.Read more ›
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Great read! Storyline was developed well and the characters jumped off the page! All this and presenting the Gospel well!Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have come to the 30% mark in my Kindle version of this book uncertain as to whether to continue reading.
I think the first 30% was a little bit awkwardly put together. Read more
Very good - I love a good mystery. Would highly recommend it.Published 17 months ago by Barbara A Widman
Thank you Ms. Carroll for the wonderful book. The characters are convincing and the setting is super. It was a good read. I recommend this book to all.Published 18 months ago by Kindle Customer
I Love Robin Caroll's books ! She writes the best suspense stories! It is really hard to put her books down , I am usually on the edge of my seat till I finished ! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Arlene Achord