When life gets tough...
Desperation seeps in.
When Jonathan Giles has nowhere left to turn in life, he commits suicide. How can a fifteen-year-old boy be driven to take such drastic action to solve his problems?
DI Lorne Warner is about to tackle the most heart-wrenching, nonsensical case of her career.
With the suicide statistics among teenagers rising on her patch, DCI Roberts asks Lorne to investigate the reasons behind the victims taking their own lives.
Will the shocking truth Lorne and her tenacious team uncover give the grieving families the justice they deserve?
Can't believe this is the last book in the series!! I loved the Justice Series so much that I never thought this series would come to an end one day. And Lorne Warner goes out with a boom! What a book this is!! The author treats the subject of bullying, a horrific reality affecting all age groups and found everywhere, in schools and workplaces alike.
Lorne and her team, who usually investigate murders, are tasked by DCI Roberts to investigate a string of suicides among adolescents. He wants them to stop these suicides, if at all possible. Why are these kids, all seemingly coming from good families, killing themselves? What can Lorne do to stop these suicides? What part can schools play to prevent more deaths from taking place? Used to investigate murders, Lorne feels quite out of her depth with this case.
This is a book that kept me hooked from start to finish. To say I enjoyed it wouldn't be the right term to use in this case for obvious reasons, but the author did an outstanding job in keeping me engaged from start to finish. I was really curious to find what has been happening, if Lorne would be able to find out what was behind all those deaths. And that ending!! OMG!! I had my heart in my mouth!! No, Looorne!!!
Great book! I highly recommend this one and the whole series. Now I'm just so sad to see the end of this incredible series and I'm already missing the feisty Lorne Warner so much.
New York Times, USA Today, Amazon Top 20 bestselling author, iBooks top 5 bestselling and #2 bestselling author on Barnes and Noble. Over one and a half million copies sold worldwide. I am a British author who moved to France in 2002, and that's when I turned my hobby into a career. When I'm not writing crime novels I'm either reading them or going on long walks with my rescue Labrador, Dex. I hope you enjoy reading my books, especially the Justice series.