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Review: Vow of Justice

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Review: Vow of Justice
Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: August 2019
Lynette Eason has a gift for teeth-clenching suspense, and unexpected twists. Vow of Justice tells the story of FBI Special Agent Linc St. John and his partner Allison Radcliffe. When she dies during an op, he goes after her killer, only to discover that he’s been duped. Allie didn’t die, but the danger to her is very real. Can both of them survive long enough to find the REAL killers, and save a teenage girl from the mob’s wrath?

There is a reason I read every book Eason writes, and Vow of Justice is a case in point. I can’t tell you how often I “jumped” as I mentally put myself into the story, only to have one of the characters startle me with their action. The suspense screams, and the back-stories – especially Allie’s – are well-done.

If you love romantic suspense stories, pick up anything Eason writes! You’ll be hooked from the first book. While Vow of Justice is #4 in the Blue Justice series, it can be read as a stand-alone. You’ll want to read the rest though, since each book features another St. John sibling, and all have amazing stories to tell.

 

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