08 June 2012

Teresa Mathews’ Review of Robin Caroll’s Injustice for All



Injustice For All 
Justice Seekers Series #1
by Robin Caroll
(B and H Publishing Group 2012)



Review by Teresa Mathews
5 stars~*****

In this latest book by Robin Caroll you will find all the necessary factors for a top notch thriller. Of course you have murder, along with betrayal, and lots and lots of nail-biting suspense.

Remington Wyatt is a well known psychologist, who freelances for the FBI. Remington as a child lost both mom and dad, and was raised by her dad’s law partner, Daniel Tate, now a federal judge. The night that forever changed Remington’s life was when she walked in Daniel’s house only to witness his murder. Seeing who the murderers were sent cold chills over Remington and she knew she had to forever leave her life behind and run or she would be the next one to die. That night Remington disappeared and Bella Miller was born.

Fast forward three years, FBI agent Rafe Baxter has volunteered to go to a new office in Louisiana. Not feeling very welcome he has decided he will make the best of it by trying to solve the three year old murder of a federal judge. After finding a piece of paper that was seemingly overlooked in the original investigation he asks permission from his SAC to go to Hopewell, Louisiana to find this person and see how he is involved.

Hayden Simpson, police commissioner of Hopewell, Louisiana is surprised as to why a FBI agent would want to talk to him about a federal judge’s murder. He doesn’t even know Daniel Tate and he certainly has no idea why they would think otherwise.

Bella Miller, photographer extraordinaire, has been living in Hopewell for close to three years, and has come to love this picturesque town and she especially loves her little house that backs up to the bayou. She came here looking for answers three years ago and hoping to hide from the terrible past she left behind. What she found was a wonderful friend in Hayden Simpson, whom she has come to love like a brother. When FBI Agent Rafe Baxter shows up and starts asking questions, she is sure her past has caught up with her. Will she be able to protect her identity and her heart from him? Will he be able to save her when her real enemies show up and try to silence her forever?

I had a wonderful time reading this book. It had me turning the pages late into the night; I just HAD to see what was coming next. Robin does a fine job keeping you on the edge of your seat. If you love suspense I know you will enjoy Injustice for All immensely, well done Robin!

I was given a copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.


Robin's books are available for purchase through Amazon, CBD, Barnes and Noble and other bookstores.


GIVEAWAY: We are giving away a copy of one of Robin's books of your choice in paperback* or ebook. Enter a comment and your email to be entered in this week's contest. Drawing will be late Saturday. (*International readers - ebook copy only for winner.) 

21 comments:

  1. Love the Christian suspense books I have read so far (there haven't been many). You all have definitely gotten me interested in this book!

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  2. LADETTE I know you will love this one, I didn't want to put it down. :)

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  3. T, I was so surprised about the psychologist aspect in this one. Thanks for the great review!

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  4. CARRIE, Remington/Bella was a great character.

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  5. TERESA, great review of a great book! ROBIN can't write her books fast enough for me. ;)

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  6. Thanks MARIAN....I know what you mean! Her books make me a happy girl! :)

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  7. Fabulous review...perhaps your best ever review! TERESA, between you and Marian, I think you have about talked CARRIE and me into reading this suspense filled book! MARIAN got me with Brandilyn's review also and I stayed up late with that one, which is something I normally don't do. Looks like this one could keep me burning the midnight oil, too!

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  8. DIANA it was sooo good I know you would be like I was and not want to put it down.

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  9. TERESA, did you also read it in a day?

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  10. A page turner keeping people up all hours of the night, I hear! If it's that good I'll just pray I win this contest for a free one! LOL. Thanks for a great review and giveaway!
    Nancee
    quiltcat26@sbcglobal.net

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  11. MARIAN! That sounds about right! :) When you find a good book it's like being really thirsty on a hot day and having a huge glass of Ice Water! NOTHING BETTER!

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  12. NANCEE It really is that good...GOOD LUCK!

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  13. All, thanks everyone! Here's a little insight....my 3 daughters' names are: Emily, Remington, and Isabella!

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  14. ROBIN...I bet they were pleased you used their names. :)

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  15. Already have on my wish list and looking forward to reading. I love unusual names and the name Remington is beautiful. My daughter's name is Starr and grand daughter's is Summer which is much better than Brenda. lol 60 yrs ago it seemed like half the girls were named Brenda and very confusing when someone yelled Hey Brenda in the halls at school. lol
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter to win one of Robin's books.

    misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

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  16. BRENDA is a great name too! Good Luck on winning! :)

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  17. lol...all the "Robin" people I went to school with was male. lol

    My girls' names are: Emily Carol, Remington Case, and Isabella Co-Ceaux (pronounced like no-no)

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  18. Those are such nice names, ROBIN. TERESA, we have a winner--Jo Leggett.

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  19. Congrats to Jo Leggett! Happy Reading!

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  20. Happy reading to all...be blessed!

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