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Serial Justice Paperback – April 3, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
well written with charecters that suck you in. I would not hesitate to read more from Ms. Whaley.
There were some spelling/grammar things but that to me isnt a very big deal when I can get into the story.
Cant wait to read more from Tammy..
FBI Agent Miriam Mackenzie, (Mac) is assigned to document and to ascertain the authenticity of Carson's crimes. Unfortunately two FBI agents are killed and Mac finds herself minus her badge and her gun and under an internal investigation. As if this isn't enough, Mac is attracted to Dana, Carson's daughter. Even though Mac knows Dana went along with Carson when she committed her crimes and Dana herself could be a killer, Mac can't seem to help how she feels.
Due to the rapport between Carson and Mac, Mac is asked to continue to take down Carson's confession. As the story of Carson's life unfolds, so events are taking place leading to an explosive sequence of events. Mac finally realizes that nothing and nobody are as they seem.
This is the first I've read from Tammy Whaley and I assume it is her debut novel. The storyline is thrilling, full of mystery and intrigue, twists and turns and ups and downs and is a page turner. There is no doubt that Tammy is a wonderful storyteller.
The story is fast paced all the way through, alternating between Carson's confession and present day. However, I felt the ending was rather abrupt. Almost as if the author cut it short in order to leave room for a sequel. Which I would be delighted to see.
There are a few typos and errors. But they didn't take me out of the story. This book is well worth reading and I highly recommend it.
No one has a right to hurt the one who cannot protect themselves.
Absolutely brilliant and wonderful read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You have tapped my criminal minds or dexter side, either way have to be in a certain mood to read this one. But good in a dark side wayPublished 19 months ago by Tiac73
This book is like a lesbian Dexter. I really enjoyed the book and trying to figure out who the bad guy really was. Glad I purchased this book.Published on March 2, 2014 by STL
I really enjoyed the plot and was able to follow the name changes and references up until then end, which wasn't well wrapped. Whoever edited this was horrible. Read morePublished on October 16, 2013 by darstsar
Horrible story line. Was bored. Even deleted it after I read it! Don't waste your money! Sorry no offense to the authorPublished on August 15, 2013 by Jennifer H
Well written with an abundance of plot twists. Unbelievable at times. But overall worth the price! The ending makes the book worthwhile!Published on February 9, 2013 by BKI
This is a great book from a talented writer.
Ok,it's the only book I could find by her but I have high hopes for more stories from her. Read more