A Memphis Cold Case Novel
February 2017/352 pages/$15.99
In one week, the wrong man will be executed for murder.
Let the chase for the real killer begin.
Eighteen years ago, TV crime reporter Andi Hollister's sister was murdered. The convicted killer sits behind bars, his execution date looming. But when a letter surfaces stating that the condemned didn't do the crime, Detective Will Kincaide of the Memphis Cold Case Unit will stop at nothing to help Andi get to the bottom of it. After all, this case is personal: the man who confessed to the crime is Will's cousin. Andi and Will must find the real killer before the wrong person is executed. But what can happen in only a week? Uncovering police corruption, running for your life, and, perhaps, falling in love?
With the perfect mixture of intrigue and nail-biting suspense, award-winning author Patricia Bradley invites you to crack the case--if you can--alongside the best Memphis has to offer.
Read an excerpt.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Patricia Bradley is rapidly becoming a must-read author for me. Justice Delayed contains all the elements of a captivating suspense novel: a compelling plot, intriguing characters, heart-stopping scenes, and cloaked glimpses of the perpetrator. Each time I endeavored to set the book aside at the end of a chapter, a dangling twist made that virtually impossible. The urgency to discover the killer before the wrongly convicted man is executed ratchets up the suspense and I could practically hear the clock ticking as I read. Readers who have enjoyed DiAnn Mills's books, especially her Crime Scene: Houston cold case series, will find much to like about this new offering from Bradley. I'm already looking forward to book 2. Don't be guilty of "reading delayed." Get your copy of Justice Delayed now!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a digital copy of this book from Baker/Revell Publishers. I was not required to write a review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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