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Justifiable by Pamela Wright
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Dec 21, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: adult, thriller
Read in December, 2011

After reading the first few chapters the “Dexter” series came to mind. In case you don’t remember it, or you’ve never seen it, Dexter was a cop who worked in the police lab. His specialty was blood. At night he hunted down and killed those who managed to get off for some technicality, and justice was served.
Often we hear cases of criminals getting off scott free. What if there was a force that took care of those criminals that were put back on the street? In Justifiable Oregon that is just what happens. There is a group of people who take those very criminals out to the Tilamook Rock Lighthouse in Seaside Oregon. There the criminal arrives drugged up. As they come to they are tortured and then their bodies are cremated. Who are these criminals? They are members of a drug cartel, and those who traffic in humans. Want to know more? Read the book. Be forewarned that this is not a book you can start and stop at will. This is a book that demands to be read from beginning to end.

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