Injustice For All Mass Market Paperback – Oct 7 1999
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From the Back Cover
It was a scene right out of a Hollywood "slasher" movie—a beautiful woman's terrified screams piercing the air, a dead body sprawled at her feet, blood staining the pristine sands of a Washington beach. But the blood is real, and the victim won't be rising when a director yells, "Cut!" In one horrific instant, a homicide detective's well-earned holiday has become a waking nightmare. Suddenly a lethal brew of passion, madness, and politics threatens to do more than poison J.P. Beaumont's sleep—it's dragging the dedicated Seattle cop into the path of a killer whose dark hunger is rapidly becoming an obsession.--This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.
About the Author
J.A. Jance is the New York Times bestselling author of the Joanna Brady series, the J.P. Beaumont series, and the interrelated novels Day of the Dead, Hour of the Hunter, and Kiss of the Bees. She was born in South Dakota, brought up in Bisbee, Arizona, and now lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington, and Tucson, Arizona.
Top Customer Reviews
That said, Judith Jance really has something going on. It was fun riding along with the investigation, meeting the suspects, attending events uninvited to harass politicians. Something that I particularly enjoyed was that the list of suspects was assembled complete with negative perspective and suspicion and then as Beaumont moves through the list, the suspicion dissipates and we meet every day likeable people. Well done.
There were some very funny and creatively developed scenes that went a long way toward establishing me as a fan of J. A. Jance. The word-picture memory trick was hilarious. And the Pasco police chief's office as well as the Mary Kay convention were stand out scenes.
The opening is a classic "grabber" and the action never quits thereafter. I would recommend this book to mystery lovers. It is a good example of the genre and is interesting throughout.
I like the sensibilities of the main character. He is somewhat "hardboiled" and yet manages to be human and sensitive in a really masculine way. At least I think so. Good accomplishment!
In this novel, a scream from the beach disrupts Beau's quiet vacation solitude. A crazy psychopath bent on revenge stalks the Washington State Parole Board. Can Beau catch him in time? Read the book and find out.
Most recent customer reviews
Just buy it and all the other stories with JP Beaumont.
I love them...all!
While I really enjoyed this book as I do all of J. A. Jance's J.P. Beaumont and Joanna Brady series, I do wish that all the books had their number in the series in the title. Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2000 by Cathryn L Vanderbilt