HUNT FOR JUSTICE: Judge Willa Carson Books 1-2
“Intricate and Ingenious. Make some coffee. You’ll read all night.” -- Lee Child
Contains the first two #1 Bestselling Willa Carson novels from USA Today and New York Times Bestselling Author Diane Capri
Due Justice — When Judge Willa Carson's "little sister" Carly's in trouble, she's forced to ask Willa for help. Carly knows too much about a powerful Tampa conspiracy. When Carly becomes the number one suspect in the murder of a prominent plastic surgeon, Willa risks everything to uncover the conspiracy and keep Carly alive. Can she do it?
Twisted Justice — War hero General Randall Andrews has been nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court and Willa's husband George Carson leads the fight to defeat him. Until George is arrested for Andrews' murder and Willa pulls out all the stops to free her husband. Can Willa defeat the powerful forces against him or will her beloved George die on death row?
Open this set and you'll agree with fans of Sue Grafton, Margaret Maron, William Kent Krueger, Louise Penny, John Grisham, Lee Child, and more:
"Diane writes like the maestro of the jigsaw puzzle. Sit back in your favorite easy chair, pour a glass of crisp white wine, and enter her devilishly clever world." – David Hagberg, New York Times Bestselling Author of Kirk McGarvey Thrillers
"Expertise shines on every page." – Margaret Maron, Edgar, Anthony, Agatha and Macavity Award Winning MWA Past President and MWA Grand Master 2013
"When Judge Wilhelmina Carson returns, I'll be waiting!" – The Contra Costa Times
"Judge Willa is the nicest, most likable sleuth to come along in years!" – Harriet Klausner
Grab your copy now and start reading today!
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Hunt for Justin's
This was like I was in her shoes every moment. I have very por eye site but I could hardly put my eye pad down. I wish to read more of your books. I just recently started to enjoy reading again
Enjoyed story and characters.
I must admit that I was disappointed in the immaturity and neediness Willa's character portrayed in this book. The characterization of her marriage and relationship with George as being in jeopardy over a story that happened long ago was borderline pathetic. I'm a firm believer in the idea that a person's word is their bond and George personified that - even at personal risk. Willa's insistence that she should have the right to know every single detail of his life was ridiculously naive, especially for the person she was supposed to be. Nosiness isn't a good quality in anyone. Sadly, for me, that overshadowed the entire book. Not my favorite and I probably won't read any other Willa books.