A criminal court judge is found hanging from a tree.
A young employee of the district attorney's office goes missing.
In this third book of the acclaimed Joe Dillard series, Dillard finds himself in the middle of two volatile mysteries. The primary suspect in the judge's murder is Dillard's son's best friend, and Dillard's wife may have destroyed evidence. Meanwhile, the missing girl turns out to be a mystery far deeper than anyone imagined...
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I love espionage and detective thrillers but will listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
Injustice for All is Novel 3 in this superb series set in northeastern Tennessee. I'm in the midst of reading the entire series. So far the books do not disappoint. Tim Campbell's narration is extremely well done.
Retired Political Science professor from a community college. Especially like Legal Thrillers.
A good listen. Principal character Joe Dillard continues to hold interest. I found this to be an interesting and easy listen. Will go on to the next book in the series.
I enjoyed the story with all its twists and turns, there were a few confusing items in the beginning regarding his son and a high school baseball game in the previous story he was in college, it isn't till later on that it makes some sense. It was unnecessary and could/should have been eliminated.
The he narration was well done.
Fast moving and easy to follow. Exciting and had you hoping Joe would get the job done. Every book gets better.
He did it again...
This is truly a series that must be read from the beginning... And I must say do it quick because each one gets better.
I can't really go into the details other then to say the plot twists are surprising and welcome.
The other awesome part is that there are subplots woven in that doesn't always impact the main plot. This is awesome because it's much tougher for the main character and thus the audience to see where the story is headed.
As for negatives, the only negative I have is more subplots aren't developed. I'm not sure if the author is worried about the book's length or if the time required to write the extra pages or if no one pointed out that an idea he started could be further developed. Either way it foes leave some areas glosses over and prevent the audience from diving deeper into the main characters world. This is a small point but a point that makes writers like Tom Clancy or John Grisham's early work, have such devoted readers because of his attention to detail and ability to draw a reader so completely into a story. I for one would love to see this author go the same. Its really the only thing holding these stories back from achieving the top level of authorship.
Overall its a great story and that reader of legal thrillers will enjoy.
Yes. I love this series. The story is great and Tim Campbell gets better with every book.
Joe Dillard. I love this guy. He is such a fun character who is real. He is a devoted to his wife, Caroline, but still can tell you what a beautiful woman is.
I love his scenes with Sarah. I want her to have a happy ending by book 7, so i enjoy they keep her involved.
Just enjoyed it.
Great 3rd book.
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