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In Pursuit of Justice (Justice #2)

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In the dynamic double sequel to Shield of Justice and A Matter of Trust, Det. Sgt. Rebecca Frye struggles to return to duty after a near fatal shooting. Joining forces with enigmatic computer consultant J.T. Sloan, Rebecca accepts a temporary assignment with a Federal task force investigating an Internet child pornography ring. Rebecca's obsession with finding her ...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published December 25th 2006 by Quest (first published 2003)
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Wayne Spiceland
Jul 24, 2013 Wayne Spiceland rated it really liked it
Shelves: lesbian-mystery
I wrote a pretty positive review of Shield of Justice, the first book of Radclyffe’s Justice series., so I was surprised at how much more I enjoyed its sequel, In Pursuit of Justice. In thinking about this, I realized that the overall tone of the books seems markedly different. The mood of Shield… was really forbidding, with almost no relief throughout. Admittedly, the fact that the novel features a serial murderer contributes to this, but the mood bleeds over into the blossoming relationship be ...more
Betty Yoder
Aug 25, 2015 Betty Yoder rated it really liked it
A very good Who-dunnit. A fairly quick read without too many characters to confuse the whole story. This is a first novel for Ben Matthews and a first criminal trial for Ray, the attorney. It is written with the reader feeling he is in Ray Jackson shoes all the time. A little scared of trying the murderer, but confident he can do it well, you are with him as he digs for evidence and clues to free Bo.. All the while the reader is not sure if he did kill the victim or not. Maybe a bit too much ...more
Simone
I'm giving it Four stars but I want to give 3.5. It is a compelling book from an investigative standpoint. I loved how both couples were present. I appreciated Catherine and Rebecca trying to work things out. So in that way I felt a bit forward motion for them. I wanted more. I didn't feel there was any forward motion for Sloan and Michael. I wanted more. The bottom line is I wanted less of the investigation and more of the relationships. Eager to read the next one.
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Excellent!

Radclyffe's Justice Series is really good. She keeps you on your toes and even an old friend or two appears, which to me makes the story more believable. Radclyffe has a really smooth writing style which I really enjoy. She's easy to read and her characters are realistic. This series definitely has me hooked and now I'm off to find the next one. Have fun!
Kennedy
Dec 27, 2015 Kennedy rated it really liked it
Shelves: intense-thriller
Catherine and Rebecca with the introduction of Sloan and Michael is a very intriguing series. The dynamics of each couple is interesting and I look forward to reading about each relationship as the series unfolds. What I enjoyed most about this story is the relentless pursuit of justice.
Tracy Hall
Feb 13, 2016 Tracy Hall rated it liked it
so far my only major complaint about the first 2 justice series books are that 90% of the books are spent setting up the storyline and building up to a finish that was first...rushed and then in the second never occurs mostly. I get invested and then don't get a payoff.
Erica
Jan 22, 2015 Erica rated it liked it
I really enjoyed Shield of Justice, but I hadn't to say I was a little disappointed with this sequel. Perhaps my expectations were too high, but I felt the story ambled along and ended abruptly without a significant resolution or climax.
Vera
Jan 30, 2011 Vera rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2011-reads
A continuation of the Justice series. This was from my Nook, which I am really enjoying. The story includes the characters introduced in the earlier book(s). A police sergeant on supposedly light duty after being shot gets involved with investigating an internet porn ring. Good installment.
Frances Bell
Jul 29, 2016 Frances Bell rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great Book

Gave it five stars because I love the characters. And now there's more interesting characters in the story can't wait to read the next book.
Tammy
Jan 31, 2013 Tammy rated it it was amazing
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The dynamic of Sloan and her partner Michael is wonderful, not to mention the angst and uncertainty between Catherine and Rebecca. A perfect example of why the Justice series is my favorite :-)
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Radclyffe has written over forty-five romance and romantic intrigue novels, dozens of short stories, and, writing as L.L. Raand, has authored a paranormal romance series, The Midnight Hunters. She has also edited Best Lesbian Romance 2009 through 2015 as well as multiple other anthologies. She is an eight-time Lambda Literary Award finalist in romance, mystery, and erotica—winning in both romance ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Justice (5 books)
  • Shield of Justice (Justice, #1)
  • Justice in the Shadows (Justice, #3)
  • Justice Served (Justice, #4)
  • Justice for All (Justice, #5)

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