Sullivan's Justice

Sullivan's Justice

Book - 2005
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New York Times bestselling author Nancy Taylor Rosenberg delivers Sullivan's Justice--and plunges probation officer Carolyn Sullivan into a case that will challenge everything she holds dear while exposing the deadliest of secrets. . ..

Her work for the Ventura County Probation Department brings Carolyn Sullivan face-to-face with the most depraved criminals, and serial killer Raphael Moreno is at the top of the list. But things get even darker when a single phone call propels her into a nightmare.

Carolyn's brother, Neil, has discovered the body of his girlfriend floating in his swimming pool--and he's soon the prime suspect in her murder. Neil has an alibi: he was in bed with celebrity heiress Melody Asher. But when Melody refuses to back up Neil's story and the evidence against him mounts, the brother Carolyn thought she knew suddenly seems like a complete stranger.

The key to everything seems to be Moreno, but getting inside his head is a dangerous game. Now Carolyn must find the courage to make the ultimate decision--whether to risk the lives of innocent people or save herself and those she loves most. . .
Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, c2005
ISBN: 9780786016242
Branch Call Number: ROS
Characteristics: 325 p


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Aug 26, 2017

This was a terrific page-turning novel! There were many twists that occurred during the entire novel Trying to figure out who/what was the true criminal was up to Carolyn to discover. The plot was amazing as were the protagonists who were involved in the mayhem. I'd definitely recommend this book to anyone who really loves a terrific mystery. Rosenberg never fails to succeed!

Dec 18, 2016

(The second book in the Carolyn Sullivan series)

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