Ultimate Justice

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A ship wreck-- Dozens of bodies washed ashore-- Clear evidence that evil has made port in London. The horrific case piques the interest of P.I. Lorne Simpkins. It doesn't take long before Lorne learns that young, helpless women are being caged and sold to the wealthy and salacious. Old wounds are wrenched open when she suspects a cover-up by the very authorities that should be keeping lawful order. Can she trust the self-serving journalist bent on making the human-trafficking ring his next big story? When her ...
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Ultimate Justice (Justice series #6)

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A ship wreck-- Dozens of bodies washed ashore-- Clear evidence that evil has made port in London. The horrific case piques the interest of P.I. Lorne Simpkins. It doesn't take long before Lorne learns that young, helpless women are being caged and sold to the wealthy and salacious. Old wounds are wrenched open when she suspects a cover-up by the very authorities that should be keeping lawful order. Can she trust the self-serving journalist bent on making the human-trafficking ring his next big story? When her daughter is involved in a life-threatening accident, it's difficult for Lorne to keep her head in the game. But Lorne and her ex-MI6 husband, Tony, are determined to end the repulsive slave trade and bring the criminals to justice--even if it means Lorne ends up locked in a cage herself.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781782997238
  • Publisher: Feedaread.com
  • Publication date: 7/15/2013
  • Pages: 226
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2013

    I have followed Comley from the first book I read. Now I am wai

    I have followed Comley from the first book I read. Now I am waiting on book number 7 in the series. The books are great

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  • Posted October 26, 2013

    Good Read

    Second book that I have read by Comley. I would suggest these to all mystery readers.

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  • Posted April 26, 2013

    I've followed DI Lorne Simpkins from Cruel Justice to Ultimate J

    I've followed DI Lorne Simpkins from Cruel Justice to Ultimate Justice, and it's been a thrill ride all the way.

    Starting with the Prologue I knew I had another mystery/thriller on my hands, but the first several chapters had me slightly confused at first. Lorne, now settled in with her new husband, Tony, and father Sam, were trying to build their private investigation business while saving dogs and finding homes for them. As a dog lover, this endeared Lorne even more to my heart, and I loved this small trip through her personal life. I feel as though I know her already, but seeing her in her home setting with family was in many ways a small treat. I did, however, wonder where that detective I've grown to love went.

    Then it happened. A news story of a shipwreck, bodies on the beach. A young house maid with swollen eyes and a hidden secret and Lorne was back up and running with her former partner Katy, and a somewhat misguided and unfortunate reporter.
    M. A. Comley takes us on another thrill ride, right into the dark side of human nature. Lorne, hot on the trail with Katy by her side discovers things that she can't ignore. Which is one of the things I love about her. She rushes in to save the innocent, protect those who can't protect themselves, even at her own peril. 

    Be prepared to smile, to laugh, and finally to cry. A powerfully moving book from prologue to end.
    I would rate this book R--for violence and sex. It deals with a subject matter that some find offensive, but is a reality we all must face as it does happen. If you love a good thrill ride and a strong female character who also isn't afraid to show her softer side and be a wife, mother, daughter and friend, I highly recommend the Justice series. If you're a former Justice fan, you'll love seeing Pete again, if only for a moment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2013

    I am sitting here dabbing my eyes. Grab a box of tissues before

    I am sitting here dabbing my eyes. Grab a box of tissues before you reach the end of this book.

    I have heard some people say that this is the final book of this series. All I can say is I hope not! Ultimate Justice is a perfect addition to the series; the story is strong, the characters continue to remain engaging. Anyone who hasn't read The Justice Series is cheating himself.

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