Justice Delivered by Patricia Bradley is fabulous contemporary Christian crime suspense. It is the fourth book in the Memphis cold Case series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Once more cold cases are linked to present day crimes in the form of kidnap and trafficking. Without any morals or scruples there is a gang operating that needs to be found and taken down.
There is the theme of identity as the reader and the characters seek the identity of the perpetrators. Names are important as without the correct name, people are harder to track. New names sometimes link to changed identities.
There is no honour among thieves. Everyone is out for themselves. Trust is in short supply. In contrast there are some huge hearts who seek to protect and save the vulnerable.
Justice Betrayed by Patricia Bradley is a thrilling contemporary Christian crime suspense. It is the third book in the Memphis Cold Case series but can be read as a stand-alone. I enjoyed catching up with familiar faces.
Cold cases and a modern murder appear to be linked. As the law enforcement agencies strive to find the connections and join up the pieces, the crimes mount up and so does the reader’s heart rate.
The novel is told from several points of view including that of the perpetrator. We ‘hear’ the thoughts and the planning of future crimes. We see the motivation for the actions. What I could not work out was just who the perpetrator was.
The leading lady is strong and independent but also struggles with past issues. “Maybe she didn’t have peace because she wouldn’t let God in.” She is easy to empathise with. I loved her kind, caring and compassionate nature especially towards Erin with had learning difficulties.
Can You Predict The Outcome?
Justice Buried by Patricia Bradley is a very clever and intelligent Christian contemporary murder suspense that will have you on the edge of your seat throughout. It is the second book in the Memphis cold Case series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Threats await round every corner making pulses rise and hearts race. My senses were heightened as I read on towards the excellent conclusion.
Present day murders seemingly connect to crimes long gone… but what is the link? And why? The murder squad cooperates with the cold case department trying to solve the crimes. Everyone, though appearing to be of good character must be a suspect. With an intricate plotline, the reader tries (and in my case, fails) to predict the outcome.