“Book 11 in the Justice Series.”
NO MAJOR SPOILERS
Dubious Justice starts off as what looks like the suicide of an electrician in a supermarket car park. However the post mortem shows something more sinister setting Lorne Simkins and the team along a path littered with bodies and secrets.
This is the first of the Justice series I’ve read and despite it being number 11, I didn’t feel I’d missed out by not having read the predecessors. However I will be going back and starting from the beginning.
I’ve now read two Mel Comley books, the other being Torn Apart and she is fast becoming a favourite crime author. Keep them coming Mel!
Thank you to THE Book Club for giving me this advanced copy to read and review.