Eyes of Justice is a Triple Threat novel written by New York times best-selling author Lis Wiehl with April Henry. The Triple Threat is comprised of three women who fight for justice every day - Cassidy as a crime reporter, Nicole as an FBI agent and Allison as a federal prosecutor. The Triple Threat members have solved intense murder mysteries before but this time it's personal.
One of the Triple Threat members is killed and the remaining two want to see justice done. A suspect is quickly locked up but then the real killer strikes again. The team engages in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the killer. Who is doing this and why?
My thoughts: This book had my attention from the beginning pages. There was a shocking murder in the first chapter and the action and suspense continued until the end of the book. Although this is a Triple Threat book, don't feel like you have to read the other books first to get to know the characters. This is a book that stands on its own and the characters are well detailed. Each chapter reveals more of the main characters and keeps the story moving. I literally couldn't put this book down until I finished reading it. I'm looking forward to reading future Triple Threat books and seeing how the dynamics will be with the two remaining Triple Threat members. I would highly recommend this book to others, especially to thriller/suspense lovers.
Disclaimer: I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.Yet just when it seems police have the killer in custody and justice is within sight, he somehow strikes again. Not knowing whom to trust, the team engage in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the killer. Nothing can be taken at face value…and nothing will ever be the same. A riveting Triple Threat mystery that will leave readers shocked and satisfied (from Amazon.com). My Review This is not your typical crime novel. It grabs you from the first chapter and pulls you in. The Triple Threat friends are about to have a bad day. It starts when one of them receives a phone call about The Portland Police Bureau (PPB) and a possible cover up they implemented. The person who receives the phone call promises to meet the caller at her home. She is never heard from again. The Triple Threat are down to two friends, will they find justice for their friend’s murder before it’s too late?