Linda Carter is brutally raped and left for dead in an alley by wealthy playboy, Graham Gibson. During the ordeal Gibson threatens that Linda’s sister Fiona will be his next victim.
Retired DCI Lorne Simpkins and her husband, Tony thought they knew what they wanted when they started up an animal rescue centre. Despite her new role being a fulfilling one, Lorne feels something is missing from her life and decides to become a Private Investigator.
Feeling vulnerable Fiona searches the paper and an advert catches her eye which leads her to Lorne’s rescue centre. During a home check to see if the girls’ flat and a dog are suited, Lorne witnesses Linda’s horrendous injuries. She urges the girls to let her take up their case. Little does she know that more victims will come forward to accuse Gibson of being a multiple rapist.
Lorne is determined that Gibson will get his day in court, but will the girls be guaranteed justice?
With 'Guaranteed Justice', Ms. Mel Comley re-affirms her position as one of my most favourite authors. This Justice series is just brilliant. Period.
In this novel, the 5th instalment in the series, Lorne and her husband Tony have established and are running an animal shelter situated next to their farmhouse in the countryside. Living with them and giving a helping hand is Lorne's father Sam. Among their top priorities is the rehoming of dogs.
In the meantime Lorne has also completed a diploma by which she becomes a Private Investigator.
Lorne's first case as a P.I. takes form in the shape of a brutally raped girl named Linda who lives with her sister Fiona and Chinese friend Ami. Linda knows who the rapist is...a very wealthy, handsome and arrogant young man who is frequently featured in the local business papers. As more girls come forward, Lorne realises that Linda was not the first or only victim of this serial rapist and she begins to keep track of his movements.
Will this rapist be brought to Justice by the end of the novel? To know, read Guaranteed Justice, you might be in for an unexpected surprise.