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Tortured Justice (Justice Series Book 9) by [Comley, M A]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews
Book 9 of 14 in Justice Series (14 Book Series)

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New York Times, USA Today, Amazon Top 20 bestselling author, iBooks top 5 bestselling and #2 bestselling author on Barnes and Noble. I am a British author who moved to France in 2002, and that's when I turned my hobby into a career. I share my home with two crazy dogs that like nothing better than to drag their masterful leader (that's me) around the village. When I’m not pounding the keys of my computer keyboard I enjoy DIY, reading, gardening and painting.

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  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1502438771
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  • Language: English
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A very strange case involving Lorne and Katy, with a bit of unnecessary help from Sean,all turned out OK in the end. I must say that I didn't really like the continual flashbacks, which rather gave the game away. Lorne, Tony and Charlie managed to recover from a break-in at the rescue centre, and Onyx the mange infested dog and her pups ended up in a loving home. NOT one of my favourite tales. Still, ai have several other books by the author which I hope will be a bit better.
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Great read couldn't put the book down as per usual with the justice series
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Fantastic! Loving the Justice Series & recommended to everybody I know. It's a must buy. Do not miss reading .
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Tortured Justice is the ninth book in the Lorne Simpkins series and boy what a book!

The author has really excelled herself this time with the storyline for this book. I absolutely loved it!

With two crimes very different to each other, Lorne as usual has her work cut out for. One crime being the abuse of poor Onyx and her pups that she has rescued, which Lorne makes it her mission to find the monster who has treated the dog so badly. There is also something very wrong in her work life when a dead man turns up who is killed with an unusual object,then another two men disappear which leave Lorne and Katy at a bit of a loss as to who and why these crimes are being carried out.

As usual the author has created another gripping story that just goes by to quick as I know once I have picked it up I am unable to put it down until I finish it.

I love the usual characters in the series as they feel very much like my family over the nine books now that I have read. I have to say I especially love Carol and I am sure that while she is around, life will certainly be interesting.

Another great read in the series!
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I haven't a clue how this book escaped me. Suffice to say I've now read & devoured, and what a cracker of a book it is. You can see the author's love of waifs & stray animals shining through the pages which immediately draws me into the storyline. I shudder to think what the main villain would have done to a four-legged friend if she'd been given the opportunity. Thank goodness she wasn't!! Lorne & the team at their superb best. An interesting plot which deviates from the norm in this series but a fantastic read all the same.
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I hate to say this but I was disappointed in this book. I've read all of the Justice series and loved them all but this one, I felt, was far fetched and just not up to the usual high standard.
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The Justice Series is one that I can always count on to keep me entertained and up reading late into the night, even when I need my sleep! Tortured Justice, book #9, is no exception. Lorne Warner, DS, and Katy Foster, DI, are teamed up again to find the cause of the death of a man dumped at the front of a hospital. At first it seems like an attack gone wrong, but as more men turn up missing, strange evidence comes to light (along with some psychic information from friend, Carol) that leads the investigators to wonder if these mean are in fact being kidnapped, held and maybe tortured by a group of women. Will these two be able to find the missing men before there is more death? And will they be able to stop the women before one of their own ends up being tortured too?

Another running theme in the Justice books is the peek we get into the private life of Lorne. Comley always has a background story of Lorne's family life playing out alongside the main plot. In this book Lorne and her family find an abused dog and her puppies and bring them to their rescue shelter run by Charlie and Tony (Lorne's daughter and husband) to nurse back to health and hopefully find a new family for the dogs. Lorne's good deed ends up taking a turn for the worse when the former owner of the dog decides to take revenge. Lorne, Charlie and Tony all play a part in this side plot as well, working to solve the mystery of the horrible animal abuser and trying to bring him to justice. We also see that Tony is getting restless being a caretaker at the dog shelter, wanting more of the action he had as an M1 Agent. It's fun to see Tony get more of his backbone back after playing doggy daycare worker for so long. He's a tough guy who needed more of some tough situations to handle.
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Book 9 in the Justice series. Wow so much has happened and changed since book 1. This is one of those series that one day you know you just have to start all over again and re read them all.

In Tortured Justice - Lorne is back and still working for the met, she's now been back 12 month. And is a Detective Sergeant , along with her partner Detective Inspector Katy Foster they have a new case to solve, A man has been found dead outside a local hospital.
Before to long more bodies start to turn up, and we are soon thinking this is the same killer, and if it is Why. When reading the book, you know the who and why, but you need to know how Lorne and Katy are going to figure things out, can they piece things together and find out why these men are being murdered?

Along side working for the met, Lorne is still interfering in the day to day running of her dog rescue center which is now run by Lorne's Husband Tony, a former MI6 officer, and Lorne's daughter Charlie. We also see a return of Carol, her character I just can't help but like. I also felt like I really knew some of the new characters and could really put faces to their names. Amazing. (anyone who is friends with Mel on Facebook, or follows any of her groups, will know what i mean)
The story, like all other stories written by Mel Comley is just a fantastic enjoyable read. I can't believe how excited I get when I know the new book is out, and again, i am eagerly awaiting the next one... (No pressure, hey Mel)
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