Justice Rules is a definite page turner; always keeping you guessing as to what might come next.
The story begins as Brian Wylie; tenured FBI Investigator is arriving at the scene of a gruesome murder at a remote, abandoned cabin in the Pacific North West. Wylie a "city boy" has an unfounded terror of woods and the creatures that inhabit them. Mr. White does an excellent job of letting the reader feel his terror. This is just the first in a series of murders that span 20 years or more and Wylie and his teenage daughter get caught up in the middle of it.
This is not a cut and dry case of murder, per say. Each act has been carried out in vengeance on people who due to one loophole or another, fell through our justice system and it's the only way that some of the victims feel they can finally live in peace. So, are the murderers really the bad guys? Do 2 wrongs make a right? Again, Mr. White delves into the feelings of all of the participants, from those carrying out the murders to Brian Wylie's questioning himself when horrible things come his way, could he really take the law into his own hands?
An excellent read for first time author Thomas White. I would highly recommend this to anyone who does not necessary see the world in black and white, but wonders about those gray areas in between.
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