Justice for Jessica

Justice for Jessica This is an alternate cover edition for B DOU OA Mousey overweight Stacey Sullivan would love to trade places with her glamorous socialite BFF Jessica James that s until she discovers Jessica murde

  • Title: Justice for Jessica
  • Author: Alretha Thomas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is an alternate cover edition for B01DOU03OA.Mousey, overweight Stacey Sullivan would love to trade places with her glamorous socialite BFF, Jessica James that s until she discovers Jessica murdered in her own home Whip smart detective Rachel Storme is ready to exchange her gun and badge for a gardener s hat and hoe But she reluctantly puts her plans on hold when sThis is an alternate cover edition for B01DOU03OA.Mousey, overweight Stacey Sullivan would love to trade places with her glamorous socialite BFF, Jessica James that s until she discovers Jessica murdered in her own home Whip smart detective Rachel Storme is ready to exchange her gun and badge for a gardener s hat and hoe But she reluctantly puts her plans on hold when she s asked to help solve Jessica s murder These two strangers from different generations Stacey a millennial and Rachel a baby boomer become unlikely friends in their pursuit of JUSTICE FOR JESSICA But their friendship is put to the test when Stacey insists that her husband, Matt, is innocent in spite of evidence that speaks to the contrary Rachel, baffled by Stacey s blind loyalty to Matt, doggedly fights to take Matt down, but with Stacey s help, he eludes her at every turn Is Matt the killer or could Grant, Jessica s husband, be the culprit Perhaps it was her jealous sister, Georgette or the maid, Rosa No matter who the killer is, Rachel, by any means necessary, is determined to find her man or woman.

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    One thought on “Justice for Jessica”

    1. Okay read.Liked the story line, female characters has many problems and long detailed descriptions and personal upbringing soppy information. Hope in the next book they will have more satisfying, successful jobs.

    2. Note: I received a paperback ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Video Podcast link: youtube/watch?v=c3lG0"It just seems impossible that someone that beautiful could be a murderer. That's probably the same thing people said about the serial killer, Ted Bundy."I read Missing Melissa by Alretha Thomas last year and I totally loved it! So when I was contacted by the author for the review of Justice For Jessica, I immediately accepted. And as it turned out, this book l [...]

    3. KEEPS YOU GUESSING THE WHOLE TIME!I absolutely loved this book! I find Alretha Thomas to be an exceptionally gifted writer and her books always keep me intrigued until the very last page. This book is about Jessica James, a young married woman who was murdered in her own home while her best friend Stacey Sullivan slept in the next room, as she was keeping Jessica company while her husband was away on a business trip. Rachel Storme is one of the detectives unofficially assigned to the case, comin [...]

    4. With how great this book turned out I'm surprised that I didn't read this sooner. If you loved a good mystery book that'll keep you on your toes then your not going to want to miss this one. I loved that there was enough mystery and suspects to keep me second guessing. I mean I just couldn't make up my mind on who I thought it would be. Throughout the book I thought that the killer was Matt or Jessica's sister. I thought it was Matt cause maybe he knew that Jessica left Stacy that wad of cash an [...]

    5. This is definitely one of the best murder mysteries that I have read in a while. Alretha Thomas knows how to create complex characters that are multi-faceted and definitely easy to relate to. The storyline surrounding Jessica’s death is so complex and addictive that you can easily lose a day just reading the story.Detective Rachel Storme is fierce when it comes to her job. Stacey, Jessica’s BFF learns that life isn’t always champagne and caviar. Every time I thought I had the pegged who th [...]

    6. It was a fun read, pointing you at several suspects. Detective Rachel Storme is called back from extended leave to solve the murder of a rich socialite. The development of the many suspects was good, and I kept changing my "prime suspect." However, the story had 2 MAJOR flaws: 1) Rachel got close to the victim's best friend and kept her advised of the police information, even when the woman's husband was a suspect - totally unprofessional and could result in getting tainted information; and 2) t [...]

    7. Possible spoilers contained in review.I found it difficult to comprehend that an experienced detective related so much confidential police information after only a short acquaintance and particularly when there was a possibility she was a suspect in a murder enquiry. The relationship between the two detectives was unbelievable too.I did not really enjoy this book and feel the 3 stars I have given was possibly too much, on reflection.

    8. RACHEL IS SO RIGHT ABOUT THE AGING PROCESS, I FOUND OUT A LONG TIME AGO THAT YOU NEED TO BE YOUR STRONGEST WHEN YOU’RE AT THE WEAKEST POINT IN YOUR LIFE. WEIRD! TWICE A CHILD AND ALL THAT B.S. EXCELLENT READ THIS IS MY SECOND BOOK (I’ve read) BY THIS AUTHOR AND SHE DID NOT DISSAPPOINT ME. THE ONLY REASON I DIDN’T FINISH IT YESTERDAY MY EYES HAD OTHER IDEAS, LIKE SHUTTING DOWN AND GOING TO SLEEP. I LOVED THE COVER ON THE LAST BOOK AND I LOVE THIS ONE TOO. ;D

    9. Plot twistsThere are so many possibilities for Jessica's murderer, I really didn't suspect the actual murderer! Thought the story line of the police officer befriending someone who was tied to the murder in several ways, was dangerous and unprofessional!

    10. A Gripping Murder MysteryDetective Rachel Storme, who is on sabbatical, is asked to oversee the ghastly murder of a woman, whose husband is the son of a tycoon. The story starts off with a bang and takes you on a non-stop roller coaster ride filled with attention-grabbing, versatile characters engaging in suspicious behavior that keeps you guessing to the very end. The rapport between Rachel and Detective Herb Jones makes the storyline exciting by unraveling some surprises, deception, secrets an [...]

    11. The story was entertaining, and it would have gotten five stars except I find the lead protagonist; really doesn't act like a cop, and all the other female characters are shallow or stupid. Beyond that a very good "who dunnit" that keep you guessing who it was and points you every which way. I didn't know who it was until right near the end.Great writing style and a thoroughly enjoyable book - if you can get past all the needy, silly, women.

    12. 4.5*This is interesting, written with the two lead characters heing female, one being the lead detective, one a victim of circumstances.The two perspectives of the leading characterd provides twists and turns but although most evidence points to one culprit, this book provides more than one guilty party. I actually believed it to be one specific person, however it turns out to be wrong. The sparsely mentioned character is the one I didn't consider to be guilty.

    13. A Bit Sappy Except about AA. Errors abound there. And of course the perp is an illegal immigrant. Hard to tell who gets the easy deal but maybe this is a first book. Some good things. Like aspects of the woman detective. And the disabled young man. Maybe the series will grow.

    14. Amazing differences in charactersThe characters are written as such oppositions, yet they are all far more alike than we'd like to admit. There were no real good guys or bad guys. There were humans, with many flaws, colliding with one another. The mystery was good, surprises all along the way.

    15. Keep you thinkingThe murderer could have been anyone in the cast of characters which keeps you alert trying to rule out suspects. Author highlights flawed humans with everyday failings - some overcome and some don’t.

    16. A story filled with suspenseEnjoyed this book which took twists and turns with every page. The characters are interesting and have individual concept s throughout the story. The book keeps you guessing about the actual killer.

    17. Secrets and liesThe people around the victim are keeping secrets and telling lies making it difficult to figure out who really murdered her. Heroine Detective Rachel Storms' instincts lead the police to the real killer.

    18. Mystifying A who-done-it that will keep you turning the pages. The narrative style was a refreshing change. The book was very enjoyable and not a cookie - cutter mystery. Well done Ms. Thomas

    19. Female detective.The speech of all participants in th story is stilted, whether in quotes or in thoughts . Practice by telling short anecdotes.

    20. Who killed Jessica?Very good suspense. Stayed up late to finish it. Loved the book. Gave it 5 stars. Readers who enjoy suspense, mystery and surprise ending's will love this book.

    21. Brilliant! So many red herrings kept you guessing right to the end. Can't wait to read the rest of the series

    22. I really enjoyed this book. Characters were well developed, and it kept me guessing almost to the very end. Love the female detective character, Rachel. Will definitely read more of this author.

    23. Excellent readAlretha did an excellent job of keeping a good story going! On to the next. I'm sure I'll enjoy it as much as this one!

    24. SuspectsRelationships aren't always what they seem to be. There are always secrets and hidden agendas, twists and turns, even among the best of friends

    25. Excellent bookThis book kept my interest from the first page. Interesting characters and plot. I didn't guess the ending till the end.

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