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Blind Justice: A Lorne Simpkins Justice novella (prequel to Cruel Justice) (Justice Series) by [Comley, M A]
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
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Actually, I read Cruel Justice (first in the series) bedore reading this prequel, so I was familiar with the characters and the method of writing. So, I went back to the prequel and enjoyed it - so much so that I have now purchased all the books in the series - all 13 of them. That should keep me busy for quite a time. I have no doubt they will all provide as good a read, and I can thoroughly recommend the books to everyone.
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Any fans of the justice series will love this blast from the past,and it would also be a great place to start for any new readers.This takes us back to the time Lorne was a DI and Pete Childs was her DS, I love the banter between them its funny and well written.The story is a cracker as well, I don't want to give anything away and this will keep you guessing up until the end,very entertaining.
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Started this book this morning and just finished it. It's a novella and a prequel to the first book in the Justice series, Cruel Justice. I loved this book and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Definitely worthy of 5 stars!
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Very good short read
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I have read and loved every one of the Justice books. This short story takes us right back to the start of the series. And I have to say it felt a little odd to start with, but was great being reminded of Characters that you forget about as the series has progressed.
In this book Lorne Simpkins is working along side her Partner Pete Childs. A woman's body has turned up, and Lorne and Pete are on the case, trying to discover who has killed her and why. The evidence is building up, and seems to be pointing to an ex boyfriend. Can Lorne and Pete discover if it was him or not and get to the bottom of this Murder case.
I'm always worried with Novella's that reviewing it will give to much away, so I have kept it brief.
What I will say is for those of you that have enjoyed the Justice series, I think you will love this Novella.
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Mel Comley's latest addition to her popular 'Justice' series, is a short novella that takes us back in time to when Lorne Simpkins was still married to Tom and was still an Inspector working with her Kit-Kat-fanatic partner Sergeant Pete Childs. It was really nice to have Pete Childs back on the scene.

The decomposed body of a young woman is found in a wooded area. Lorne and Pete are called to the scene but there Lorne stumbles on her first hurdle - the ever arrogant French pathologist Jacques Arnaud who as usual is very reluctant to let Lorne in on any details.

The dead woman is then identified as Jenny Bartlett. She has been murdered. Though all arrows immediately point to the victim's ex boyfriend, Simon, a hunch tells Lorne that he is innocent. But could the Inspector's unmistakable gut feelings be wrong this time?

This was a quick, enjoyable read that kept me intrigued till the very end to find out how the murder is solved. Recommended!!
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I have enjoyed very much all of the Justice Series and this novella regresses back to the time when D. I. Lorne Simpkins still has her partner, Pete Childs. They investigate a murder when a woman's body is found and suspicion falls upon the woman's former boyfriend. Lorne has her doubts all along and there is an interesting twist at the end of this novella. It was lovely to have Pete back and I hope there will be some more stories featuring him and Lorne.
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I love the Justice series anyway but to be treated to this novella was an absolute bonus. Sat and read it in one go and loved being taken back to a time when Lorne's partner Pete was still around, still miss him after all this time.
Would highly recommend this for all fans of Mel Comley,I personally cannot get enough of her books.
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