Code of Valor

Revell. (Blue Justice, Bk. 3). Jan. 2019. 336p. ISBN 9780800727048. pap. $15.99; ebk. ISBN 9781493416639. CF
OrangeReviewStarBrady St. John reluctantly starts his vacation assured by his sister that the little cabin at Lake Henley is just the place to unwind. When he hears the screams of a woman on a boat in the middle of the lake, his thoughts of vacation fly out the window and life with Emily Chastain begins. Embroiled in a web of deceit and intrigue, Emily is clueless as to why someone would want her dead and why helping them find the sunken Lady Marie will win her her freedom. Brady rescues her from the freezing water and over the course of the investigation rescues her time and again. As their relationship turns from professional to personal, they work together to solve the crimes. The St. John family steps up in force to bring down a human trafficking ring, a mob, and a gang of criminals working toward the same goal but worlds apart, with one group intent on killing any witnesses.
VERDICT Eason never disappoints, and followers of the "Blue Justice" series will dive in to this third installment, rarely coming up for air until the last page.
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