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Alone and grieving, as only a mother and widow can, Merry sets out to seek her own brand of justice.
Exactly what does this grieving (to the point of insanity) widow do? She is all alone in the world, except for her best friend and her overly-protective brother. She needs privacy to do what she must do, so when she is ordered to take an extended leave from her court-room duties, it works right into her plans.
Why does the judge order her to take built-up "vacation time?" What does her cop brother do to try to help her? Does he suspect her of killing drug-dealers who are popping up dead all over the place? What is going on around them in the drug world and why is she so suspicious of another cop? Is her brother all he is supposed to be? And why won't he accept the love of Merry's best friend when she is obviously crazy about him... and he is definitely interested?
But most important, is Merry the vigilante... or could it be her brother and the other cop?
In her usual suspenseful, yet direct, way, Fontainne answers these questions and more with perfect pacing and mind-boggling description. I still shiver...
Although Fontainne identifies the killer from the beginning, there are so many surprises, it blew my mind each time a new one popped up. Fine writing, great pacing and realistic dialogue mark this book as a quality book, a face-paced, thrilling read.
I am in agreement with other reviewers who think this author can't get any better... until reading the next book. It is an odd happening, but each time I read a new book by Fontainne, I think THIS ONE IS THE BEST. Odd, but true...
I highly recommend this book to all who really enjoy complex, psychological thrillers with lots of action.
Reviewed by Betty Dravis, December 31, 2015
Author of "Six-Pack of Fear" (co-author Barbara Watkins)
I purchased a preordered copy and am happy to give this review.