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Injustice for All

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Injustice for All by Robin Carroll

Reviewed by Dale Lewis

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"Caroll’s words are passionately penned to elicit response from her readers in this Southern romantic suspense."

Stop. Think for a moment. How you would react if everything you knew and believed was true was completely destroyed and you could trust no one?

Daniel Tate, a federal judge lies murdered in his office. The lone witness, unbeknownst to the killers, is his goddaughter, Remington Wyatt. The only problem is that Remington is the prime suspect. She knows it’s only a matter of time before the cold-hearted murderers come to silence her. She must do the one thing possible to stay alive . . . quickly disappear. With no time to grieve his loss, she uses her skills as a forensic psychologist with the FBI to go off the radar. She ends up in the town of Hopewell, Louisiana, which harbors a few deeply hidden secrets of its own.

Newly transplanted FBI agent Rafe Baxter is serious about his career. Solving a three year old cold case involving a federal judge’s murder would certainly do wonders. He could make a name for himself. It’s the perfect case for acceptance with reluctant partners in the new office. The case leads him to Police Commissioner Hayden Simpson and his best friend Bella Miller in the Louisiana bayou. As the case unfolds and details are revealed, he must decide who can be trusted . . . and who is in need of protection?

Caroll’s superb character development is so vital to the success of the storyline. Each character is blessed with distinct personalities and heavily–weighted fears. The author’s detailed descriptions add to the uncertainty and self-discovery, betrayal and guilt, deceit and trust, redemption and reconciliation shared within the pages. She knows when to intensify the suspense to keep your attention while maintaining each character’s story. All the necessary elements in this novel are well-balanced. Injustice for All runs in two distinct sections before merging together for the high-energy conclusion.

The intriguing relationship between Bella, Hayden and Rafe is definitely at the forefront of Injustice for All. Caroll’s words are passionately penned to elicit response from her readers in this Southern romantic suspense. Her books are a telling testament to her thorough research!

You will not be disappointed in this newest Caroll thriller! I’ll be waiting in anxious anticipation of the second book in this series.

Dale Lewis now mans the front desk at the EFCA (The Evangelical Free Church of America) National Office in Minneapolis, MN. He was the graphic designer/pre-press production artist for over twelve years before being asked to step into this new role. Prior to that, he was the publications manager at his alma mater, Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN in the public relations office as well as the adviser to the college’s yearbook. He's a director/actor/writer for the Hope Church (Oakdale, MN) adult drama worship team and was the senior editor of the church newsletter. He's also written two collections of poetry, “Whispers of Assurance” and “On Life: Constant Communion Without Ceasing” as well as a devotional entitled “Eternal Education.” He and his family live in Oakdale, Minnesota.