Final Justice

Final Justice A ruthless killer returns and former DI Lorne Simpkins is forced to revisit her ugly past After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force Lorne Simpkinsfinds herself embroiled in an MI covert ope

  • Title: Final Justice
  • Author: M.A. Comley
  • ISBN: 2940011248924
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Nook
  • A ruthless killer returns and former DI Lorne Simpkins is forced to revisit her ugly past.After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force, Lorne Simpkinsfinds herself embroiled in an MI6 covert operation to hunt down her old enemy, a sadistic and merciless criminal whose ambition is to become the world s richest man.Lorne tracks the madman through France, attempting toA ruthless killer returns and former DI Lorne Simpkins is forced to revisit her ugly past.After suffering a breakdown and quitting the force, Lorne Simpkinsfinds herself embroiled in an MI6 covert operation to hunt down her old enemy, a sadistic and merciless criminal whose ambition is to become the world s richest man.Lorne tracks the madman through France, attempting to thwart his plans and bring her long time nemesis to Final Justice.

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    About “M.A. Comley

    • M.A. Comley

      New York Times, USA Today, Top 20 bestselling author, iBooks top 5 bestselling and 2 bestselling author on Barnes and Noble Over one million copies sold world wide I am a British author who moved to France in 2002, and that s when I turned my hobby into a career When I m not writing crime novels I m either reading them or going on long walks with my rescue Labrador, Dex.I hope you enjoy reading my books, especially the Justice series, Cruel Justice, Impeding Justice, Final Justice, Foul Justice, Guaranteed Justice, Ultimate Justice, Virtual Justice, Hostile Justice, Tortured Justice, Rough Justice, Dubious Justice, Calculated Justice, Twisted Justice, Prime Justice There are several novellas and short stories in the series too.My other successful series are The DI Sally Parker thriller series, which includes WRONG PLACE, NO HIDING PLACE and COLD CASEThe Hero series, TORN APART, END RESULT, IN PLAIN SIGHT and DOUBLE JEOPARDY published by Bloodhound Books I have three books in the Intention series, Sole Intention, Grave Intention and Devious Intention.I ve also written a couple of standalone novels EVIL IN DISGUISE and FOREVER WATCHING YOU.As well as co authoring The Caller with Tara Lyons.And Clever Deception, Tragic Deception and Sinful Deception co authored by fellow NY Times bestselling author Linda S Prather.If you d like to keep up to date with new releases you can find me on Facebook by following this link smarturl sps7jh or sign up for my newsletter hyperurl su1xntIf you fancy a lighter read, why not try one of my romances A Time to Heal, and A Time for Change Based on a TRUE story I also have a selection of short stories and novelettes available which I know you ll enjoy.You can find out about me at the following blogslcomleymelcomleyromances

    758 thoughts on “Final Justice

    • After rifling through the first installment in this series, Impeding Justice, I picked up this sequel with some apprehension. Sequels have a tendency to disappoint, and Final Justice just couldn't keep the pace of its predecessor. The pace and action is still good in this one, although Final Justice is a bit slower. That isn't necessarily a bad thing. The slower pace was used to add more depth to some elements, including description and scenery and character development. The setting in France is [...]

    • I seem to be at odds with most of the others who have reviewed this book, but I just found it to be desperately poor. The first quarter made no sense at all if you had not read the earlier books - there was some sort of recap at that point. The main finance plot by the villain, the Unicorn, made little sense and lacked credibility and anyway was irrelevant to the rest of the book. The dialogue was limp throughout. For a civilian to be added to an MI6 team at the drop of a hat totally lacked cred [...]

    • Blimey, it's not very often I read a whole book in 24 hours, but this one just did it for me. I really enjoyed the first two installments, and this one didn't disappoint either. The focus on Lorne was most welcome, and it's rather nice to find out that she's not just supercop and supermum (or whatever you are when you try to be the best of both), she's also a woman, with her weaknesses and her faults. It makes her more credible as a character. Even though that means there is a bit less action co [...]

    • This is the third in the series and is set a year after The Unicorn escapes from Lorne. She has left her job, divorced her husband and is on her own. Then she receives the phone call to say that Tony Warner has located Baldwin againa nd so she sets out to France to track him down. This book wasn't as fast paced as the previous one but I liked the change of place. It allowed the characters to really develop.

    • I find this story just a gripping as Impeding Justice. As I said in my review on Impeding Justice this series is as good as the Alex Cross series that James Patterson writes. Nevertheless, the only thing different is that I think Lorne Simpkins is better looking than Alex Cross.I am looking forward to read the next book in the series, so Mel keep the quill going! xx

    • Even better than the first one, I couldn't put it down! Hope the third one is out soon. I'll be keeping an eye out for it.

    • In this book you see Lorne now an ex police officer who lost her marriage and then the man that she loved. She was a shell of her former self when the book started. It showed how her life had worn her down with all of the bad things that happened to her.Closer to the mid point of the book I saw a glimmering of the bright radiant Lorne that I loved so much. She had a fire that was slowly rekindling and I loved being on this leg of her journey.At the end of the book you see the vividly vibrant Lor [...]

    • Another Riveting book in this series!!!The continuation of this story was excellent filled with the same suspense and intrigue from the previous book. I love the depth of the characters. The twists and turns in your book keep you reading into the late hours of the night!! You can't put the books in the series down!! Thank u for this series and another incredible action/suspense book!!!

    • Like the first two books in this series, I enjoyed this from page one. However, once again I found the villain too over the top and thus also unrealistic and Lorne's character began to become irritating. Overall though a great, easy read that I thoroughly enjoyed and which rounded up things quite nicely, however this may be the last Justice book for me.

    • Another wonderful read from Mel Comley. I wasn't sure I wanted to read anymore in the series after the demise of Chunky Pete, but I'm so glad I have finally read the 3rd book. Great story with twists and turns throughout. I loved this book

    • Great series!You will love the characters in this book! Start your reading with the first book in the series and you'll enjoy this continued thriller!

    • She all ways gets her guyI liked it so much I've started the next one is hope it's as good as the last one. Really a really good book

    • I have read the first two in this series and "HAD TO READ THE NEXT" !!!! I'm truly hooked The way Mel Comley writes is special , her books have loads of twists and turns but it doesn't get over complicated They captivate me I get so pulled in I don't want to put them down . Yet another amazing story and I can't wait to start book four.

    • Final Justice is the third book in the Lorne Simpkins series.As with Cruel Justice and Impeding Justice the first two books in the series I found Final Justice to be fast paced, gripping and unable to put it down.The title is perfect for this book as once again Lorne comes up against her arch enemy the Unicorn. The story is mainly set in France which the author gives us a great insight into the country and the lifestyle there.Lorne is such a great character and where as I found her to be very st [...]

    • A great twist from the third book in the justice series in that its pace is slower than the two before it. I was worried after the roller coaster that was Impeding Justice, that Final Justice wouldn't fill the spot - but I needn't of worried. Final Justice shows, again, the talented writer that is M.A Comley - after the horrific criminal and violent scenes, here we delve even further into Lorne's character - showing a different side to her. A changed woman after all she's been through (and sligh [...]

    • In the previous novels of the series I was impressed with Lorne Simpkins as a strong female character. In "Final Justice" Lorne Simpkins is almost an entirely different character. She says she wants revenge for her daughter and her partner Pete, but mostly she moons over the death of a lover she barely knew in the last novel. In "Final Justice" Lorne can't seem to think for herself, always asking her M16 companion what they should do. She acknowledges that she had an emotional breakdown after re [...]

    • I read numbers 1-3 in this series and was pleased I did as I found this one a good one to end on. I absolutely had to read 2 and 3 after reading cruel justice! Just on a personal note I found the relationships that Lorne had with her male counterparts somewhat forced and unnecessary to the story really and I found myself skimming through the sex scenes for example as I didn't think they added any value, but rather detracted from her strength etc as a character. When I saw that there were more bo [...]

    • This is a great followup to Impeding Justice. This book differs as it is not as fast paced as the first two, but taking it slower allowed the reader to focus more on the characters and get to know them better. Lorne has come away from her last encounter with the Unicorn a bit broken and has hidden herself away, when in comes Tony Warner to give her another chance to take down this nasty villain. Does she really have the personal strength to do it this time? We see Lorne fight her way back to the [...]

    • Final Justice is the third book in the Lorne Simpkins series.Another fantastic read! It was every bit as good as the other 2 books I have read so far in this series.This story is mainly set in France a country I love. I love Lorne Simpkins she is a strong female the main character in this series she has been through so much already. Amazing book. I can't wait for the next book.A ruthless killer returns--and former DI Lorne Simpkins is forced to revisit her ugly past.After suffering a breakdown a [...]

    • Another fantastic read! From the first book, I've just devoured all of these in the series within 24 hours! M.A. Comely has created fantastic characters and has a writing style that just grabs you and doesn't let go. Final Justice is the 3rd of the Justice series. A year has passed since The Unicorn has yet again escaped from Lorne Simpkins and she has had a lot to deal with. After everything that happened to her daughter, she's also divorced her husband, had a breakdown, and left her job at the [...]

    • I was really looking forward this book after reading the first 2. But this book was slow and felt like I was traipsing my way through France. Lorne seems to have somewhat of a personality transplant since divorcing Tom, and is enjoying the single life. With the help of Tony Warner, the MI6 agent, Lorne follows the Unicorn around France, despite him having killed her partner, her lover and raping her daughter. The action when the book follows the Unicorn is action packed with the usual violence. [...]

    • As I said I really enjoyed all the books and they helped with my insomina. They are a real page turner. The ending did stump me though as I wanted the Unicorn to pay and it was just a little too easy and for me felt rushed. I am not sure what I would of liked, his men to turn on him, Lorne to whoop his ass or to see the demise of his master plan I think would of hurt him more then to be taken out by one of the women he was mistreating. I'm glad we saw less of Lorne's husband as he really annoyed [...]

    • Final justice indeed! I won’t say who for as it will ruin the story line, but what an apt name for this book. I love how strong Lorne’s character has been in the previous books but the real gem for me was Lorne’s softer side which is really displayed in this book at the beginning. It showed (for me) that Lorne is only human like the rest of us with her limits of tolerance and not just a super police detective who can withstand anything. Mel really knows how to keep her readers gripped and [...]

    • I enjoyed this book in the series, although I didn't like the way Lorne behaved as much. She seems to have got a little trampy for my liking, not the same as she behaved in the first two stories. She also came across as a little childish in that she kept calling her colleague Tony "agent boy". That was oft-repeated till I was sick of hearing it.In this book we once again encounter Lorne's nemesis of old-the Unicorn. He's now in France and although Lorne is no longer an actively serving police of [...]

    • I decided to revisit Mel Comley's Justice series to see how Lorne Simpkins was coping with life after what happened in Impeding Justice, I started Final Justice and it was like I'd never been away! The third book in the series is full of drama, just like the first two, and I was hooked once again. This book sees Lorne team up with Tony Warner as they head to France in search of criminals, what they face there I will not disclose, but believe me, anyone that wants to read this book is in for a re [...]

    • The events in this novel take place a year after those of the previous novel Impeding Justice and are as fast paced. Lorne is now an ex DI, divorced and recovering from a nervous breakdown. News reach her that her arch enemy The Unicorn has resurfaced in France. She and special agent Tony Warner embark on a mission to bring The Unicorn to Final Justice. Will they succeed? Will Lorne be able to avenge her family and friends? To find out you have to join her on another terrific breath taking adven [...]

    • A year after the events of Impeding Justice Lorne is left emotionally battered and bruised. Then she gets a phone call with the words 'He's back!'. Thus begins a chase across France to rid the world of the ultimate bad guy.This book was set at a slower pace than it's predecessor but that doesn't make it any the less enjoyable for it. It was nice to be taken along at a slightly slower pace. I still couldn't put the book down though and found it easy to get back into Lorne's head. This time around [...]

    • Final Justice by Mel Comley is the riveting sequel to Impeding Justice the fast paced action packed thriller. We continue the journey with Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins in her quest to bring the evil Unicorn to justice. Once again the characters in this book draw you into their inner circle and make you feel what they are feeling. When Detective Inspector Lorne Simpkins gets pulled into this force of evil herself you will be there with her cheering her on. This sequel picks up right where I [...]

    • The third installment in the Lorne Simpkins series, Final Justice moves at a slower pace to the previous two books, but I enjoyed the contrast.Lorne herself seems to be a shadow of her former self, which is hardly surprising as she had an emotional breakdown following the traumas she and her loved ones had endured. Again, this worked for me as we saw a different side to the once feisty, almost ruthless detective inspector.As the story progressed, so did Lorne's strength and self-belief, and I lo [...]

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