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Heroic Justice: A joint investigation between DI Lorne Warner and DI Hero Nelson (Justice Series Book 15) Kindle Edition
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Heroic Justice features two of my favourite no nonsense detectives, Lorne whom is the detective inspector from in the justice series and DI Hero Nelson from the Hero series (another series which isn’t to be missed). Within the two separate series’s these two great detectives are known for being determined, outspoken and are both particular principles/ standards.
Will the two strong minded detectives from different forces be able to work together and combine their skills in an attempt to track down a dangerous and brazen killer.
It’s a race against time to stop the body count rising in both Manchester and London but with virtually no one evidence, where are they supposed to start and how can they prevent more brutal deaths?
It’s a great on the edge of the seat read and a real page turner which I couldn’t put down. Although I was glad to finally learn the outcome I was gutted when I had finished it as I enjoyed reading it so much.
I think the book contains just enough background information for the characters to be read on it’s own, saying that I think It will definitely be more enjoyable to readers whom have are at least up to date with the justice series if not the hero series too. The series is definitely worth a read and it’s a great journey to be a part of with the characters.
I was hooked on ‘The Justice Series’ after reading the first book, now we are on book 15 and one thing I have to say is they are not samey or predictable in any way at all.
The justice series is probably my favourite series, although it’s extremely difficult to decide out of them all because this author has a few series’s packed with suspense. However, i do have a lot of love for this series, as it is actually the justice series that introduced me to all of the other great books by M. A Comley/ Mel Comley and i’ve just been a huge fan ever since.
Although each book is amazing in it’s own right, I must say this has to be one of my favourites for sure. I know I do tend to think that after reading the latest book but without me giving anything away this story means a lot to me as it is a subject that I feel needs to be out there.
Detective Lorne Warner and her team are investigating two very similar murders when it comes to light that there have been similar incidents in another part of the country. This brings two constabularies together to investigate. It is interesting to read of the different styles that detectives have during investigations.
The balance of investigations and home lives is perfect as it gives the reader a chance to get to know the characters. Lorne and Hero are both firm favourites of mine so this was a combination made in heaven. A gripping and emotional read.
The story starts with a couple of gruesome murders in London and then moves up to Manchester, with another similar murder, where Lorne and Tony meet Hero.
I thought it was quite a sad story really, and without spoiling it for others, it could happen to anyone.
As it was quite a short book I was able to finish it in a few hours, and I will say it was most enjoyable.
A truly great read.
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