Let Justice Descend
- Letto da: Kirsten Potter
- Durata: 9 ore e 37 min
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Three days before a key election, US Senator Diane Cragin is electrocuted on her own doorstep - a shocking twist in an already brutal political race. Cragin’s chief of staff is quick to blame rival Joey Green, a city development director who’s had his hand in every till in town for over 20 years. Maggie and Jack have their own theories, especially after discovering a fortune in cash in the senator’s safe. But as they follow the money through the treacherous landscape of Cleveland politics, they find many more millions in play - and more suspects.
As Jack says, “Anyone can be dangerous, when they have what they think is a good reason.” He should know. Now a Herald reporter is perilously close to discovering the truth about Jack’s penchant for acting as both detective and executioner. With each passing hour, the stresses of the impending election expose new fractures and corruption at the city’s highest levels. And as one murder leads to another, and another, Maggie and Jack’s only hope of stopping a killer is an alliance that’s growing ever more fragile.
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- Sophia D.
Twisting story line - iffy narration
This is the second Lisa black book I’ve read (and the second in this series). I’ve really enjoyed both. I read the first book and then listened to the second. I have to say I prefer the text version only due to the narration. Given that the story takes place in Ohio I was confused by the narrators choice of voicing several characters like old timey gangsters. This didn’t fit the story line and made it less believable because of it. I’ll definitely read the next book in text form if the narrator is the same. I’m sure she’s a good narrator just doesn’t fit with this type of book in my opinion.