Reviews - What do customers think about In Pursuit of Justice?
Great writing, great characters Oct 16, 2007
I really enjoy the way that Radclyffe writes - she has great characters and realistic plots. The books in the Justice series don't miss a day, one book picks up where the last one left off. Very quick read, keeps you interested - when you finish one book you want to start the next book to keep the story going.
All together Oct 10, 2007
In this book Radclyffe cleverly pulls the characters of Sloan and Rebecca together. Both are asked to join and joint task force with the Justice Department. Both are trying prove themselves. Rebecca that she as back at full force. And Sloan what the Justice Department lost when she was screwed over. Will they prove themselves? Will their partners survive their all out time consuming almost obession with this case? Get the book and find out.
Search for a Killer May 21, 2007
A police detective must find her partner's killer in this adventurous romance. The questions left at the end of this novel will leave you desiring the next installment in the series.
Terrific novel, tremendous writing Mar 5, 2007
These are my favorite characters by this author. They are well rounded and fascinating people. You will not put this novel down once you start so make sure you have a large block of time, get comfortable and enjoy!
This is a Keeper !
Don't miss any of the books in this fabulous series -
A Matter of Trust Shield of Justice In Pursuit of Justice Justice in the Shadows Justice Served
from the publisher's website: In the dynamic double sequel to Shield of Justice and A Matter of Trust, Det. Sgt. Rebecca Frye struggles to return to duty after a near fatal shooting. Joining forces with enigmatic computer consultant J.T. Sloan, Rebecca accepts a temporary assignment with a Federal task force investigating an Internet child pornography ring.
Rebecca's obsession with finding her partner's killer and her involvement in the multi-jurisdictional investigation threaten both her life and her new relationship with Doctor Catherine Rawlings. When Catherine becomes professionally involved and an attempt on the life of a task force member ensues, the pursuit of justice becomes a deadly race against time
Radclyffe Keeps Getting Better and Better Jun 2, 2006
I remember reading a Radclyffe interview where she said she didn't like writing series romances. I'm so very glad she doesn't "walk the talk" on that one! I have completely enjoyed her three series: Honor, Provincetown, and Justice. In fact, I've read through all of them for a second time this year.
'Pursuit' brings together characters from two books: A Matter of Trust & Shield of Justice. Rad does it in such a masterful way, bringing in three interesting couples (Rebecca and Catherine from Justice, Jason and Sarah & Sloan and Michael from Trust), each with it's own trials and triumphs. She also plants the seed for another couple to emerge through rookie cop Mitchell and prostitute Sandy.
One might think such a varied cast of characters would make the book hard to follow, but the synergy between personalities gives the book itself depth and dimensionality.
I never tire of Rad's work. This one certainly didn't disappoint!