Final Justice

Final Justice

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by Mel Comley
     
 

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After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force, former Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins is contacted by a friend at MI6 to help in a covert operation. Against her will, Lorne is convinced to help track down an old enemy, a sadistic and calculating criminal whose ambition is to become the world's richest man.

It's up to Lorne and the agent to prevent him, which

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After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force, former Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins is contacted by a friend at MI6 to help in a covert operation. Against her will, Lorne is convinced to help track down an old enemy, a sadistic and calculating criminal whose ambition is to become the world's richest man.

It's up to Lorne and the agent to prevent him, which results in a chase through France.

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ISBN-13:
9781908603616
Publisher:
Feedaread.com
Publication date:
10/12/2011
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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Final Justice (A Lorne Simpkins thriller) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
MaryEOS More than 1 year ago
This is a great followup to Impeding Justice. This book differs as it is not as fast paced as the first two, but taking it slower allowed the reader to focus more on the characters and get to know them better. Lorne has come away from her last encounter with the Unicorn a bit broken and has hidden herself away, when in comes Tony Warner to give her another chance to take down this nasty villain. Does she really have the personal strength to do it this time? We see Lorne fight her way back to the strong investigator and mother she was before the Unicorn left her life in pieces. Tony and Lorne chase the Unicorn and his men, waiting for the perfect time to take him down before he can turn the tables on them once again. Another super read by Comley. The Justice series is one of my all time favorites!
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Anonymous 6 months ago
Another great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed it a lot but wish it had more pages
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A little far fetched but nonetheless held my interest.
Aelius More than 1 year ago
I read this last book to find out what was going to happen after the first two books. While it was a good read I found it a little far fetched that two people alone were going after such a dangerous, brutal, cunning criminal. It still kept my interest and I would recommend the series.
Anonymous 10 months ago
The characters are shallow, the plot is boring. Don't bother to buy it unless you like blood and boring sex.
sandi schneider More than 1 year ago
How anyone can rate this 5 star is beyond my comprehension. The main character is one of the most inhuman idiots I have ever read about. That a woman can just walk out on a daughter that had been raped and tortured at age 13 is an incredible lack of motherhood skills. Pining for a dead love, quitting her position and then running off to Paris to have sex with the first gut she meets there on the same night she meets him just underlines that the main character is foolish and does not deserve to be a character in a book. A boring read from start to finish, as well as being asinine to the extreme.