USA Today Bestselling Author DIANE CAPRI Returns!
For fans of Lee Child, John Grisham, Jack Reacher and Michael Connelly
Introducing Judge Willa Carson - Where Justice Rules
When a famous plastic surgeon's decomposed body surfaces in Tampa Bay with a bullet in its head, Federal Judge Willa Carson's "little sister" is caught in a high-stakes game of greedy lawyers, blackmail and deceit. Fiercely independent Carly is the number one suspect. When Carly asks Willa for due justice, Willa has everything to lose. But she risks it all to uncover the conspiracy and keep Carly alive. Can Willa possibly win?
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Grab your copy today and meet Tampa's most charismatic judge, Willa Carson!
**formerly titled Carly's Conspiracy
The Sexy Nerd ‘Revue’
An unidentified body! A list of suspects! One person seeking justice! Wow, we’ve got a recipe for a knockout legal thriller! Judge Willa Carson has found herself wrapped in a mangled mess of lies, deceit and murder. What Judge Carson should be doing is handling her federal cases, but her little sister, Carly, has a way of weaving her way through Willa’s heart, no matter what it is she’s done or hasn’t done. No matter how many times she’s stated she would stop ‘helping’ her sister, how can she turn her down?
Life would be so much easier if Carly came to visit Willa on better terms, such as a meeting of two sisters catching up and shooting the breeze, but instead, they find themselves sitting at Willa’s husband’s restaurant, Minaret, having lunch wherein they should be discussing how good the food was, Carly begins to spin a tale that is downright crazy. She tells her a famous plastic surgeon has been murdered. Say what? How would Carly know this? Is she involved? And if so, what the hell was she thinking? These were all the thoughts running through Willa’s mind. Not to mention, here we go again, Carly!
As you follow the clues, it will become pretty evident that Carly really knows how to get herself deep in the mess with Willa being her shovel. Overall, this was a pretty decent legal read. Again, I felt the story was too long with unnecessary details, but it wasn’t so prevalent that it took over the storyline. I really enjoyed the story. Capri’s a pretty decent author. I would highly recommend starting the series.