“Look!” Mom’s finger jerked toward her side of the road. My gaze flicked to follow her gesture— and landed on a small gray car, gone some distance off the pavement and flipped onto its passenger side. I gasped.
“Oh, dear, there’s a man!” Mom’s voice quivered.
He lay on his back in the grass. Unmoving.
It happened so fast, we’d passed the scene before I could react. My foot hit the brake. I steered our car off the road and onto grass, carving to a halt.
In keeping with her trademarked “Seatbelt Suspense” brand, Brandilyn Collin’s Dark Justice is a page turner.
Hannah Shire’s life was about to change forever. As a widowed caretaker to her dementia-plagued mother, Hannah has her hands full. A snap decision to take the scenic route home leads them down an unexpected path. They come upon an accident scene, where a man lays dying. They stop to help him, and wind up getting involved in a terrorist plot that threatens the country.
Like all of Brandilyn’s books, this one is very hard to put down. I appreciate that her chapters are short because it makes it easy to read “just one more chapter.”
She has a way of twisting the plot on its side to keep even her avid followers guessing. Toward the end of Dark Justice, she puts Hannah into a situation where her only option is to do the one thing she would never do. Want to find out what it is? Read Dark Justice.
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