Book Review: Silenced Justice by Joe Broadmeadow

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I chose this book to read from Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team book list.

When Lieutenant Josh Williams’ wife is targeted by a contract killer whilst she was driving his car, Josh thinks he was the killer’s original target. However, his former superior, Chris has him investigating an old case which ended with the tragic death of a possibly innocent man in prison awaiting trial back in 1972.

Opening an old can of worms may be the motive for the attempt on his wife’s life or could it be retribution for one of her own cases?

As the historic miscarriage of justice unravels a lot of influential men are eager to hide their role and will go to any lengths to do so.

I really enjoyed this crime/legal drama and was pleasantly surprised at how quickly I became invested in the characters. I particularly liked the relationship between Josh and Chris and the frequent humorous camaraderie in the book.

A fast-paced and entertaining crime fiction read, which didn’t leave me in the dark from not having read the first book in the series. I look forward to more from Josh in future. This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links To Book:

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Goodreads

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