Justice Delayed by Patricia Bradley

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Andi Hollister’s sister was murdered eighteen years ago and the convicted killer’s execution is only days away when a sudden event causes Detective Will Kincaide of the Memphis Cold Case Unit to reopen the case. Andi wants nothing more than to close the door on her sister’s death, but she cannot ignore new evidence that may reveal the wrong individual was condemned. It becomes even more deadly, however, when the investigation begins to connect to other more recent murders and untangle a web of intrigue, danger, and suspense. Andi and Will must race against the clock to find the real murderer before it is too late.

This story has action and suspense from page one and was definitely an exciting read. I enjoyed the plotline and thought the twists and turns were unexpected and complex. I also appreciated how the author incorporated an interesting subplot and perspective on drug addiction. My one critique is that the storyline focused on the action at the expense of character and romantic development. I thought the romance was choppy and I did not get to know the characters as well as I had wanted, especially since there were quite a few introduced at the beginning. Nevertheless, the plot itself is worth reading and will keep you guessing until the very end!

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

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2 responses to “Justice Delayed by Patricia Bradley

  1. Hey, we both reviewed the same book! Sweet. Nice review! 😀

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