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Blind Justice (Justice series)
     

Blind Justice (Justice series)

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by M A Comley
 


DI Lorne Simpkins and DS Pete Childs are called to investigate the death of Jenny Bartlett, who’s decomposing body is found in a wooded area. When Lorne informs Jenny’s parents of her death they are understandably shocked but also confused by the news as they were under the impression their daughter was out of the country, working as a volunteer in

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DI Lorne Simpkins and DS Pete Childs are called to investigate the death of Jenny Bartlett, who’s decomposing body is found in a wooded area. When Lorne informs Jenny’s parents of her death they are understandably shocked but also confused by the news as they were under the impression their daughter was out of the country, working as a volunteer in Africa.

Delving deep into Jenny’s personal life leads Lorne to Jenny’s former boyfriend, Simon Killon, after Lorne discovers they had a secret liaison in a restaurant shortly before her death. But is he guilty of Jenny's murder?

After learning what traumas Simon himself has encountered lately, Lorne has her doubts that he’s the culprit. However she finds it hard to disprove the evidence pointing in his direction.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046293364
Publisher:
M A Comley
Publication date:
10/15/2014
Series:
Justice Series
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
71,762
File size:
888 KB

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Meet the Author

I am a British author. I moved to France around ten years ago, and that's when I turned my hobby into a career. I'm fortunate to be represented by New York agent Richard Curtis.

I share my home with two crazy dogs that like nothing better than to drag their masterful leader (that's me) around the village.

I hope you enjoy reading my books, especially the Justice series, Cruel Justice, Impeding Justice,Final Justice,Foul Justice and the newest addition, Guaranteed Justice. Ultimate Justice is due out in Feb 2013.

If you'd like to keep up to date with new releases you can find me on facebook by following this link http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mel-Comley/264745836884860

If you fancy a lighter read, why not try one of my romances: A Time to Heal, and A Time for Change--Based on a TRUE story. I also have a selection of short stories and novelettes available which I know you'll enjoy.

You can find out more about me at the following blogs.

http://melcomley.blogspot.com

http://melcomleyromances.blogspot.com
 

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Blind Justice (Justice series) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great addition to this series! It dates back to a time before the series started,so there were a few really nice "blasts from past!" It is only a novella, around 70 pages or so. It is an inappropriate read for anyone under 16 or so, as the story line is violent and there is cussing. If you have not read any in this series, you could start here as it does date back to before the series actually starts. All in the series are good quick mystery reads. If you start from the beginning, the characters really grow on you. I love Lorne and all the rest of the gang. Written with some british slang, and there is some cursing also. To the author-- Thanx for taking me back. I had forgotten how much I missed some of these characters! -- SPeeD
ILZ More than 1 year ago
I have read (and throughly enjoyed) all the "Justice" books till this one. Have been waiting for the next one. They're well written and you can "identify" with the characters and feel you know them.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story was a good read but it was very perdictable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
70 pages, not for anyone younger then 16 at the youngest. This book is rather stupid, but is pretty violent. The editing was good. I did not like this short story at all. It was boring and very choppy. The characters flat and uninteresting. I have read kitty litter bags which were more intreging. Do not waste your time. AD
MaryEOS More than 1 year ago
This novella was so much fun to read. It was a true throwback as it goes back to the beginning of the series. It took a bit to get back into the past for me but having Lorne as DI and Pete as her DS was a real treat to read again. It reminded me how much I miss the back and  forth banter of these two, going on more like siblings than partners. This little book starts out with a murder and soon Lorne and Pete are  looking into the woman's past to try and hunt down who could have done this to her. I won't say much more than that as I don't want to give anything away, but this again is right in line with Comley's other Justice books- too good to put down and because it's a novella, it is over much too fast. Pick it up for some great entertainment and a nice throwback to the pairing of Lorne and Pete.
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Must be for young kids
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scary covet