I requested Eyes of Justice to review after falling in love with, Waking Hours, by Lis Wiehl. I was unaware that I was starting a series already several books into the Triple Threat series. However, that didn’t matter. I quickly fell in love with the characters and grieved with them over the loss of their friend, just as I imagine fans of the series did. Nicole, Allison and Cassidy are known as the a Triple Threat Club. Their professions cause their paths to cross often (FBI agent, federal prosecutor, and crime news reporter, respectively), but their friendship binds them more than their passion for solving crimes. However, when Cassidy ends up murdered, Nicole and Allison will stop at nothing to solve their friend’s murder.
The Triple Threat Club has solved intense mysteries before… but this time it’s personal.
Cassidy, Allison, and Nicole fight for justice every day — Cassidy as a crime reporter, Nicole with the FBI, and Allison as a federal prosecutor. Together they’re a Triple Threat to be reckoned with.
But never have they faced a case so full of blind alleys — or so painfully close to home.
When a devastating turn of events upsets the balance of the Triple Threat team, they discover an ally in a quirky Private Investigator named Olivia. The women vow not to stop until the case is solved and justice is served.
Yet just when it appears the police have the killer in custody, he somehow strikes again. Not knowing who to trust, the Triple Threat women go undercover for an intricate and deadly cat-and-mouse game where nothing can be taken at face value… and nothing will ever be the same.
Success — or survival — isn’t assured in this riveting Triple Threat mystery that will leave readers both shocked and satisfied.
Eyes of Justice has everything that makes a book great. The mystery is compelling and keeps you guessing throughout the book. Wiehl and Henry craft scenes and characters that keep you fully invested in the book from the first page. I love the addition of Ophelia, an autistic woman. Again, the authors did a masterful job of both accurately portraying someone on the spectrum, and pulling you into the character. The message wasn’t as overt as Waking Hours, but it was artfully woven through the book.
Full stars for this mystery. I’m not sure if reading it out of order will spoil the other books, but that didn’t stop me from downloading the other three books in the series. Wonderful book!
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.