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Well-written, taut and fast-paced, Rough Justice is another brilliant addition to the series, featuring all the usual characters we've come to know and love so much. While I highly recommend this book, I suggest a box of tissues at hand for the ending. Relax and read.
About the Author
- ASIN : B00SBKRJ7S
- Publisher : Jeamel Publishing Limited (January 15, 2015)
- Publication date : January 15, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 5099 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 179 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #126,322 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Some words that come to mind after reading Rough Justice.
Fun but deadly. (Carol's character brings the fun).
A fast read.
Lorne makes a brilliant protagonist and her family set up feels real. She has a teen daughter, a partner who works as a PI and a psychic neighbour, Carol. She was both relatable and likeable.
As for Rough Justice, I feel with the autumnal nights approaching, this would be fab to read on a dark windy night - nothing wrong with making sure the atmosphere is right! There's no denying that I'm a horror/supernatural fan and this overlap of crime and supernatural gave me a real treat. I loved the other-worldly interventions and Carol made a top vessel.
As for pace, this was a fast read in which I was clenching my fists and hoping that justice would be served.
Rough Justice is number ten in a series. I felt it could easily be read as a standalone. The story is self contained and the small nuggets of backstory that are laced through the book give the reader the little bit of background that is needed.
We are at book 10 all ready. I really feel like I've been on a journey with Lorne through her justice books.
If you have not read any of this series, personally I would suggest you start right at book 1. And follow the characters through the journey they have been on so far.
As this book is a little different from the others, in the sense that I feel the Psychic plays a bigger roll in helping with finding details about the crime, I feel if you know her involvement in other cases (previous books). I think you would understand her a little more.
Lorne and Kate are given a cold case. where Noelle a young dancer has gone missing. It soon becomes apparent that the 2 officers who were first dealing with the case, didn't do a very good job.
Lorne and Kate are trying to get information and a closure to what happened for Noelle's parents.
Carol the psychic plays a big part in helping with this case. I feel she probably worked a lot harder on this case than Kate and Lorne did.
Tony has carried on with Lornes PI business, re starting it with his partner Joe into their new business, I liked that Tony is slowly getting on with his own side of things. Charlie is still running the Kennels with help from Carol.
A well written and well put together story. This is not the first justice book I have needed a box of tissues for.
They are to reopen the case of missing girl Noelle Chesterfield who was working as a pole dancer to see herself through college.
Meanwhile Lorne's daughter Charlies is continuing to manage their dog sanctuary, and Lorne's husband Tony is having his first days on the job at his new (old) PI agency.
As always with the Justice series, I found the book incredibly gripping and thankfully not too disturbing in this case.
Lorne's friend Carol is of course back in this one, and managed to turn even the most hardened sceptic into at least partial believers of the spirit world. It was very cleverly written.
Was fantastic to see this cast of characters all back in action, and I look forward to the next book in the series. If you haven't read any of these yet, I would read them in order, purely to get full understanding of the background of these characters.
Mel weaves her magic for her readers once again in this the 10th book in the Justice series, long may the series continue. The conclusion of the book however is very touching and a real life lasting tribute to Henry