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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Justice Buried - a review



Justice Buried is the latest novel by Patricia Bradley.

Kelsey Allen, as a security consultant, is to discover how easily someone could break into a business. Somehow, after Kelsey rappels down the side of a 14 story building, she sees someone in the supposed empty building. A flash of light, the back wash of a figure keep Kelsey guessing what that person is doing there. Kelsey is assigned a new job, that of a museum conservator, looking for the breech in security as valuable artifacts are being stolen. And in the mix, Kelsey's father had been accused of many of the thefts.

Detective Brad Hollister comes on the scene when he is set up as Kelsey's date. After not seeing her for a dozen years, Brad is surprised to see how Kelsey has changed. But when he finds Kelsey, dressed in dark clothes after the formal function, he becomes suspicious. Especially when a body is discovered. The body of Kelsey's boss.

Justice Buried was a good  mystery novel. I found it to be a little slow at times. And there were references to situations that were probably from the previous novel. Which left me wondering about the people involved.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. All views expressed are my honest opinion.


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