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Delayed Justice by Shirlee McCoy


Title: Delayed Justice   

Series: True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn #8

Author: Shirlee McCoy




My Review:

This is the eighth book and dramatic final story in the True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn series and is a totally enthralling, well-paced, suspense-filled read with great characters, both human and canine!

Journalist and broadcaster Sasha Eastman has had a traumatic life. Her mother was murdered, her husband committed adultery and left her and her much loved father sadly died after losing his battle with cancer. Despite this she’s a relatively positive person, sharing good news on a regular tv slot. When she starts seeing her mother’s killer stalking her she thinks she must be imagining it as he was killed by police years ago. However, when he shoots at her – and misses – in front of Detective Bradley McGregor and his K-9 partner, King, she knows it isn’t her imagination. Can Bradley and King help protect her and bring the perpetrator to justice?

This isn’t just the one suspense filled thread, there is a copycat killing that is too close to what happened to Bradley and a mysterious person being sought in connection with the latest murders. As the stories unfold,  the tensionns mount and Sasha finds herself as the potential victim of more than one killer! It is a fascinating read, sharing an insight into the roles of K-9 officers and their partners whilst also showing trust, love and faith can help when facing potential danger.

Thank you to Harlequin and NetGalley for my copy of this book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.


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