A ruthless killer returns--and former DI Lorne Simpkins is forced to revisit her ugly past.
After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force, Lorne Simpkins
finds herself embroiled in an MI6 covert operation to hunt down her old
enemy, a sadistic and merciless criminal whose ambition is to become the
world's richest man.
Lorne tracks the madman through France, attempting to thwart his plans and bring her long-time nemesis to Final Justice.
Praise for Final Justice.
Final Justice is a fast-paced thrilling follow-up to Impeding Justice
(which is a must read). The words, "He's back!", gave fair warning of
another wild ride with DI Simpkin's nemesis, whom readers learned to
despise, from Impeding Justice. Mel Comley had the foresight to allow
us an ah-hah moment with insight to the psycho's reasoning. That blew me
away...but I totally got it in hindsight. Readers can easily identify
with DI Simpkins character, her frustrations of a woman working in a
man's world of police work, and her utter fanaticism to track down the
vile criminal known as The Unicorn.
Cruel Justice is also on offer at only 97 pence too.