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Cold Justice -- Judge WIlla Carson and her husband George headed for their vacation in Pleasant Harbor, Michigan, until they almost crashed into a car sitting in the middle of the road, and the guy's head was obviously hit with a bullet. Local authorities wanted the case put way, but judge Carson saw something the local didn't... or perhaps... didn't want to...
False Justice: Judge Carson's friend Ursula Westfield, a journalist, got a tip that the newly nominated judge is not a person that can be trusted, she thought it was a crank call. When her secret witness was stabbed minutes after leaving her with evidence, she wondered who would be attempting to silence investigations of violations way out of the statute of limitations...
Fair Justice: A young reporter that normally covers Judge Carson's courtroom got a special assignment to check a small Florida town's alleged pollution by the local carpet mill. He never expected to find a body... but when he tried to dig deeper, he found that some people don't want to hear anything about betrayers or trespassers...
True Justice: Ginny Richards is one of the new clerks for Judge Carson, and she's on the mend after a bad breakup. When she invited her friends to see her moonlight as a jazz singer, she never expected one of her friends would end up dead... Or who would be the killer... or even why...
Each of these mysteries has enough of a twist to it that would surprise, though personally I think each of the twists could have been telegraphed a wee bit better. Still, definitely worth a read if you like mystery suspense.
2) Any course language present : No f-words and less than a handful of the sh-word
3) Type of book : short mysteries with a largely likable protagonist
4) Formatting/Editing : Well-written novellas with few errors I noticed
5) Best/Worst aspect of collection : Easy reading with an active toc I'd categorize as more cozies than hard-boiled by far
6) Favorite passage : "I was thoroughly chilled outside by the weather and inside by the cold-blooded murder."
7) Bottom-line : Good, lite reads with nothing all that offensive, and if you're wanting to try out the character of Judge Willa Carson before you buy might I also suggest "Florida Is Murder" ASIN: B00EFAT458 (featuring DUE JUSTICE) which is still free last I looked
Even less enjoyable was Willa's constant sniveling and whining about winter plus the assumptions about those live through, and actually enjoy it.
" I considered what George had said about the harsh winter conditions these folks lived in. Maybe if you were forced to stay here year round, it was like a prison..... Perhaps cabin fever set in too easily and led to depraved inmate behavior. Seems I read something about cannibals in Wisconsin once". FORCED, really?
In the future, I would suggest Willa, George and the author limit their vacations to tropical climates and avoid TC altogether.
Now, I have met Federal Judge Wilhelmina Carson ... glad thnbat
"Justice Is Served" is a collection of four short fiction tales. I always prefer the detail of novels but these are an excellent intro to Willa.