March 9, 2006
Rating: 5 Cups
Norrie Benedict lost her parents, her fiancé, and her sight in one automobile accident. It left her with hysterical blindness and lack of confidence, where she now depends on others. She is a gifted psychic whose powers have strengthened since the accident. Now she has offered her help in the recent murders in the area.
Detective Lieutenant Dylan Jones works with the homicide division. He has been with Norrie ever since her accident and cares for her deeply. He enlists her help to further the investigation.
Senior Detective Brandon Hawke has been assigned to work on the case unaware that Norrie is blind. After he learns more about her, he begins to have feelings for her.
Detective Sergeant Martin Jamison is the partner of Brandon Hawke who works with the others on the case.
The Rocklynne Police Department has been trying to solve some murders. Norrie has a special psychic gift and she has offered to help in the search for the killer. Disguised as a preacher, the killer preys upon innocent, desperate women - and Norrie may become his next victim. Dylan has known Norrie ever since the accident and knows of her ability. When Detective Hawke and Jamison come into the picture to help find the assailant, things take a turn. Now she has two men vying for her attention with Dylan and Brandon. As Norrie begins to unmask more information, she begins to wonder about some of the detectives working on the case.
Blind Justice is an absolute page-turner that I could not put down. Writing at its finest, Ms. George captures the feelings of all the characters and creates a compelling read that captures the reader. The well-rounded secondary characters all spin a masterpiece that excels in this extraordinary read and I give it a 5.
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