Deacon Munroe is not your average investigator. He’s intelligent, cultured, well-connected.
And totally blind.
Washington DC is Munroe’s city. Now it’s a city shaken to the core by the death of a high-ranking general and his wife. All the evidence suggests that the general killed his wife before taking his own life. Deacon Munroe does not trust what other people see – only what he knows is true.
What Munroe soon knows is that the general's death is part of a far greater plan, a sophisticated and brutal plot to kill thousands of innocent people, including those closest to Munroe himself.
But with only a small team at his aid, and just hours to stop a devastating attack on the city, can Munroe unearth the truth in time to bring justice to the city?
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Great book with some editing issues
Very engaging story with various characters developing in parallel.
Great story. Entertaining and hard to put down.
I'm giving this a single star because of the improper usage of "lied" in bed. It should read he 'lay' in bed or 'laid' in the bed.
Lied means one told an untruth.
Love the story, but your editor, proofreader, typist should be fired for letting this get by them.
Story great, editing a disaster
I'm an avid reader who revels in a well told tale. Blind Justice is one, BUT...
Nothing spoils a great book like having a well woven plot derailed by poor editing. I'm an author of non- fiction and I know the pressure of the author's journey and focus on the plot. That can lead to to the occasional faux pas and use of the wrong word. However, that's why the Almighty invented editors to be the final filters. Incorrect usage used as 'lied down' for 'lay down', 'fair' for 'fare' when describing the status of endeavor, and so forth. It's like the stumble in a fast moving walk. The moment is soiled (not spoiled) and a building moment suffers; it's a wart on a great beauty. Keep up the great story telling and find a better editor.