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A Carriage of Misjustice

Saturday, January 29, 2022

A Carriage of Misjustice (2020) Charlie Cochrane (Lindenshaw Mysteries)

A Carriage of MisjusticeAlas, I am now all caught up with this series.

Robin and Adam are newlyweds, but since it’s midterm, it’s back to work for both of them until they can take a proper honeymoon over summer break.

Unfortunately, Robin is seconded to Hartwood to lead up a murder investigation there as the prior lead is out on emergency medical leave, so Adam and Campbell are left alone.

As in previous books, the story doesn’t take itself too seriously.

While matters hadn’t quite become as bad as one of those television series where the amateur detective was dealing with death in their vicinity on a weekly basis, it did feel like the universe was having a laugh.

And although Adam isn’t involved in the investigation, we still get to spend time with him and Campbell.

Adam lingered to help put everything away, as they didn’t want to incur the wrath of the flower ladies who’d expect the church to be left spick-and-span.

No high speed chases. No Hollywood bits. Just a newly married detective sent off to try and catch a murderer through a lot of legwork and interviews.

And I really like that about this series.

Hopefully there will be more books forthcoming.

Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Rating: 8/10


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