by Nolon King and David W. Wright
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Pub Date 20 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 06 Apr 2023
The bestselling authors of Yesterday’s Gone, 12, and No Justice bring you a brand new series that blends mystery and suspense into pulse-pounding, revenge-seeking thriller action.
A collection of corrupt men inside the justice system ruined his cousin Frank’s life, and now Stan Manning is going to make them pay. Instead of starting at the bottom, he enlists the help of his old friend and special ops army veteran, Moses White.
Frank Grimm left behind a notebook with a list of interesting names. At the top was Senator Royse Mickelson.
Stan assembles a small crew to build evidence against the Senator to bring him to justice, but when the senator dies in a terrible — and suspicious — car accident on the way to the police station after his public arrest, Stan must once again go into hiding.
Cold Justice is the first book in the new King & Wright Cold Justice series. Start reading your favorite new vigilante-noir thriller today!
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Average rating from 17 members
Cold Justice is the sort of book that keeps you guessing what is going to happen. It also raises awareness of how people with disabilities view themselves and how they perceive others see them, sometimes, unfortunately, the emotional scars are too deep to enable them to live a full life. The plot is creative, the characters are likable and with strong personalities, and the other two themes broached in this story - child abuse and power corruption - are two of the worst plagues that we have to live with nowadays. Well-written, and fast-paced, this book is a must-read in the genre.
I downloaded a free copy of this book through NetGalley and this is my honest opinion.