Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Justice Betrayed by Patricia Bradley

I'm not sure if I've read this author before. Justice Betrayed, by Patricia Bradley, was everything I look for in a romantic suspense novel. It had just the right amount of intrigue to keep my attention, and keep me a little on edge, and was without anything I am opposed to when reading. It was a clean read with characters I grew concerned about when I put down the book. It also reminded me that childhood pain runs deep. Very good book from Revell.

From the back cover:

It's Elvis week in Memphis, and homicide detective Rachel Sloan isn't sure her day could get any stranger when aging Elvis impersonator Vic Vegas asks to see her. But when he produces a photo of her murdered mother with four Elvis impersonators--one of whom had also been murdered soon after the photo was taken--she's forced to reevaluate. Is there some connection between the two unsolved cases? And could the recent break-in at Vic's home be tied to his obsession with finding his friend's killer?

When yet another person in the photo is murdered, Rachel suddenly has her hands full investigating three cases. Lieutenant Boone Callahan offers his help, but their checkered romantic past threatens to get in the way. Can they solve the cases before the murderer makes Rachel victim number four?

This book provided for review by Revell. 

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