May 7, 2010

Review: Injustice For All by Scott Pratt

Injustice For All (Joe Dillard)


During one horrible court session prosecutor Joe Dillard watches as his best friend, lawyer Ray Miller, commit suicide after a failed attempt at murdering the presiding judge. Then just a short while later Judge Green is found murdered and the clues all point to Ray’s son Tommy as the murderer.

Now Joe is drawn into the middle of the investigation and he’s either going to clear his Ray’s son or be the one to prove he’s guilty.

How refreshing! A truly great suspense thriller. No under developed characters, jumbled storylines or extra fluff to be found. This is pure page-turning suspense that reminds me a lot of one of my favorite suspense authors, Steve Berry. Injustice For All is the third book in the Joe Dillard series yet stands alone as I have not read the previous two books. I highly recommend this one to anyone who loves thrillers.

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