#Review of Blind Justice by M.A Comley @melcom1

DI Lorne Simpkins and DS Pete Childs are called to investigate the death of Jenny Bartlett, who’s decomposing body is found in a wooded area. When Lorne informs Jenny’s parents of her death they are understandably shocked but also confused by the news as they were under the impression their daughter was out of the country, working as a volunteer in Africa.

Delving deep into Jenny’s personal life leads Lorne to Jenny’s former boyfriend, Simon Killon, after Lorne discovers they had a secret liaison in a restaurant shortly before her death. But is he guilty of Jenny’s murder?

After learning what traumas Simon himself has encountered lately, Lorne has her doubts that he’s the culprit. However she finds it hard to disprove the evidence pointing in his direction.

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author M A Comley presents the Justice series.

The Justice series in order are:

Cruel Justice #1 in Police Procedurals and 1# Women Sleuths.  
Impeding Justice #1 in Police Procedurals 
Final justice #1 Action and Adventure 
Foul Justice #1 Hard-Boiled Mysteries 
Guaranteed Justice #1 Women Sleuths 
Ultimate Justice – #2 Women Sleuths 
Virtual Justice – #1 Hard Boiled/#2 Psychological Thrillers
Hostile Justice – #1 Police Procedural
Tortured Justice – #1 Vigilante Justice
Rough Justice – #1 Women Sleuths
Dubious Justice – #1 British Detectives
Calculated Justice –  #2 Action and Adventure
Twisted Justice –  #1 Women Sleuths
Prime Justice – #2 Police Procedural

Heroic Justice – New release
Short stories to accompany the series involving Lorne and Pete are:
Blind Justice – introduction novella to the series.
It’s a Dog’s Life – 20,000 word novella
Merry Widow – a short story
Justice at Christmas – a 10,000 word short story.
Unfair Justice – a 10,000 word short story
Mortal Justice – a 15,000 word novella.
Irrational Justice – 10,000 word short story.



DI Lorne Simpkins and DS Pete Childs are one of my favourite pairings to feature in a police procedural/crime thriller and this is an excellent introduction to their team and the fantastic Justice series!

The story is only 88 pages long with it being a novella but you still get the same excellent storytelling and superb writing style that is prevalent in the author’s full length works.

I loved the plot in this one and even though I did have my suspicions on who was responsible it wasn’t confirmed until very near the end and there were plenty of red herrings thrown in!

Short chapters make the story punchy and so easy to read – 5 stars to this one from me – I really enjoyed it!!