Blind Justice Review

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?
I received a copy of this book at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
My Review
I love a good thriller. This is a unique story in that the main character, Deacon Monroe, is blind. This is the first book of this kind I have read. The story takes off from page one and doesn’t let up. This story was intriguing and kept me awake a few nights in a row.  The characters are well developed and the story is believable which makes it all the scarier. The author has a great writing style and I can’t wait to see what else he has to come.

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