Unfair Justice is a Justice series short story of 10,000 words which involves all the original characters.
In the early hours of the morning, the murdered body of a teenager, Maria Collins, is discovered close to a railway track.
With very few clues to go on, can DI Lorne Simpkins and her team uncover who the murderer is before he claims yet another victim?
I just love it when Mel Comley from time to time surprises us with a quick, unexpected Justice fix. Unfair Justice is a short story in which we're taken back in time to when Lorne was still married to her husband Tom, and good old chunky Pete was still alive.
In this book Lorne and Pete investigate the murder of a young student whose body is found discarded next to a railway track. Who killed Maria Collins?
Unfair Justice is a concentrated mixture of action, suspense but also light moments. I love the banter and sarcastic retorts going back and forth between Lorne and Pete. Together these two form such a great team. I just wish Pete is featured in the full-length novels as well but sadly this is not possible as those are set in the present day.
Being fast-paced, I devoured this book in minutes as I wanted to know how things would end up, who killed the student. Unfair Justice is another brilliant addition to the fabulous series, I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it.
With huge thanks to the author for an ARC of this book which I voluntarily accepted to read and review.
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