The 6th in the Lorne Simpkins series opens with the sinking of a ship and the discovery of over 20 bodies of young Asian women believed to be victims of human traffickers.
Once again Mel is not afraid to tackle the most sensitive and upsetting of subjects and this one is particularly horrifying as we know that it happens everyday here in the UK and indeed across the world. The plot is probably not that far removed from reality for some.
Once again, Mel delivers a fast paced and action packed novel that has you catching your breath at every turn – Lorne, her dad and Tony start to feel like part of your family as we get to know them and I’d suggest you sit down with a packet of hankies at the ready.
Looking forward to reading the next installment of the Justice series