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Retribution J.W. Coates

Retribution

J.W. Coates

Published August 22nd 2012
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Kindle Edition
197 pages
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Synopsis & ReviewBeautiful Julie Wilson, the infamous character from the first book of the Ink trilogy is released from prison after only serving seven months of a three year sentence.Attorney Anthony Cicone is interested in her future plans.HisMoreSynopsis & ReviewBeautiful Julie Wilson, the infamous character from the first book of the Ink trilogy is released from prison after only serving seven months of a three year sentence.Attorney Anthony Cicone is interested in her future plans.His P.I. Mickey C interviews Julies cell mate and discovers Julie wants revenge.she told the cell mate she was going to get even with the four people responsible for depriving her of her fortune. she named her attorney Lawrence Higgens and Peter Douglas, the Hemmings neighbor whos testimony helped put her behind bars. she also named Anthony Cicone and Mickey C Cochran. the murder of Lawrence Higgens and the attempt on Peter Douglas has Cicone running scared, he is sure he is next.In a race against time, Cicone and his detective secretly dig for evidence that will prove Julies guilt. the evidence they uncover points in a different direction, but only temporarily. Lawrence Higgens wealthy widow Madge Gambol Higgens pushes hard to have Julie arrested for the murder of her husband.Phoenix detective Harrigan thinks Julie is being framed. guilty or not he cannot act without evidence.An unforseen romance complicates matters. the frustrated Cicone is ready to stop the investigation.Hes convinced the murder will never be solved.He agrees to follow one last lead. the shocking result of that frustrates him even more.as in the first and second book.Retribution follows suit with another surprise ending. the ending will shock you.Retribution will hold your attention from the first page to the very last page. J.W. Coates has delivered a well written book that does not reveal the plot until the last few pages. a feat that is difficult and rare these days.T.C.WaggonerStone Free Press