Miami Reuiem Deborah Jones Crime Thriller #1

Miami Reuiem Deborah Jones Crime Thriller #1✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Miami Reuiem Deborah Jones Crime Thriller #1 By J.B. Turner ⚣ – She wanted the truth They wanted her dead Since her first day on the Miami Herald rookie reporter Deborah Jones has been agitating for a shot at one particular story William Craig is on Death Row conv She wanted the truth They wanted Deborah Jones Kindle Ö her dead Since her first day on the Miami Herald rookie reporter Deborah Jones has been agitating for a shot at one particular story William Craig is on Death Row convicted of killing Senator Jack O'Neill's only son There is no uestion of his guilt Craig murdered the young man who was acuitted of raping his granddaughter There are only five weeks and one day until his execution And Craig has not given a single interview Deborah Jones has assembled a whole dossier on the Miami Reuiem PDF/EPUB ² case including court transcripts and every newspaper clipping She wants to know what prompted Craig to exact revenge And she has her own very personal reasons for wishing to uncover the truth Managing editor of the Herald Sam Goldberg is well aware that Senator O'Neill has powerful friends The two men have crossed swords on a number of occasions But against his better judgement he decides to give Deborah a chance to prove herself Only with one warning 'Be careful Florida may be the Sunshine State to most people But it's not Reuiem Deborah Jones PDF ´ It's a swamp Don't ever forget that'. This book was pretty badThe first third of the book seemed like an interesting plot might evolve but I was disappointed There was absolutely no investigative skills that the protagonist displayed everyone just came through and gave her information Someone brought her bank records someone else gave her some biographical information about the victim someone else sent her video evidenceThere were no thrills At one point she is kidnapped the kidnapping scene ends in a half paragraph Her interrogation and horror when captured are similarly wrapped up in a paragraph or two Her rescue happens off camera as well We're just told that she was rescued Towards the end there are like fifteen paragraphs or so dedicated to her wandering on the beach That's about as thrilling as the book getsAvoid it This book by Turner is a good mystery thriller The main character is a female a black female who is trying to make her way in the world As a reporter she works very hard to figure out why a grandfather of a girl who was raped is on death row and was apparently railroaded to that decision She makes waves and finds information important to the trial Enjoyed itJ Robert Ewbank author John Wesley Natural Man and the Isms Wesley's Wars To Whom It May Concern and Tell Me About the United Methodist Church Fun read Don't know an journalist who can do this but it was still fun to read This was an exceptionally well done thriller It is 2002 and a man is on death row in Florida for the admitted murder of a Senator’s son who had raped his granddaughter He is scheduled for execution in the near future and a young African American female reporter is assigned the story Deborah Jones the reporter is also a recovering rape victim and has been trying to work on this story since her hire at the Miami Herald It is a tale of politics gangsters stubbornness and ultimately victory but how this is all achieved is the best part It is well written and will grab the reader’s interest from the onset Thanks to the author and No Way Back Press for an e Galley for an honest review FREE on today 11132017 Miami Herald reporter Deborah Jones is a rookie new to journalism yet brimming with single minded determination to pursue the truth and provide it to the newspapers readership Her first ‘real’ assignment one of her own violation than an order from her superiors sees her traverse to a correctional facility to visit William Craig a death row inmate waiting out his last days in a cramped cell for the murder of a Senators son of which he accused of raping his granddaughter eleven years ago As she investigates the allegation the wounds of Deborah’s past are reopened splashed across her workplace serving as a nightmarish reminder that what’s done can never be undone regardless of timeSenator O’Neil’s son may be dead but the ramifications of his actions live long Craig’s granddaughter Deborah Jones and others are directly impacted by that horrific event eleven years ago Only this time round it’s the Senator’s uestionable relationship with a mob boss and his unlawful friend’s desire to keep a lid on their secret deals and murderous intentions I’ve read other reviews which liken JB Turner’s work to James Patterson Whilst it has the same mainstream allure it doesn’t encapsulate the McBook rush to print two dimensional feel of Patterson’s newer works MIAMI REUIEM is character centric well plotted and paced with an engaging cast thrust into believable circumstances I’m surprised this book isn’t published by one of the major crime imprints as I see it appealing to the well seasoned and occasional reader alikeYou can read this review and an interview with the author on my blog Miami Herald reporter Deborah Jones was intrigued with the conviction of Glasgow detective William Craig a gravitation pull to his story and the investigation gnawed at her Under strict conditions she dwelled deeper into the seedier side of politics and uncovered a shocking entanglement and abuse of power distorting the justice system Time was ticking death was coming The memorable prologue of “Miami Reuiem” did its job it captivated me with its powerful death scene A fast pace and the layered intensity and suspense were maintained to the end never letting up Spectacular characters were fully developed with believable personalities and vulnerabilities An outstanding blend of complex gray situations and backgrounds that reuired the free flowing adjustments of thoughts and actions kept this thriller lively Details were precise visuals were easy whether it was the changing Florida scenery imposing prison life or blurred lines of right and wrong Credible twists and jaded impressions of justice and the government added interesting elements I felt the story was well thought out and researched Nuggets of information timely inserted added an appealing dynamic connecting with realistic issues emotions and a sense of forgiveness accomplishment and contribution to correct a grievous wrong To me “Miami Reuiem” firmly portrayed the fragility struggle and the enduring strength of the human spirit to overcome and move forward in life I was surprised by how much I truly enjoyed this book and the amazing weaving of behind the scenes exploitation of the justice system for personal and professional gains and power play Review of Miami Reuiem was based on the free kindle version This is an excellent storyof one person's fight for justice I didn't know what to expect when started this bookbut what a ride it was All the characters are well explainedwith many ups and downs as a young journalist tries to uncover a story surrounding a man on death row There is never a stop to things happeningI feel breathless after finishing I truly recommend this book to mystery loversor people who just like a good storythis is it This is a story of a young reporter with a Miami newspaper whose interest in a death row inmate leads her into the dark world of politics and cover ups A senator a congressman police chief a dodgy trial and undisclosed information about the victim This has all been done before and there really isn't anything new here However if you like your crime fiction formulaic dependable and well written you will enjoy this An easy read a solid 3 stars Bring your hip waders because you're going to need them for all the Leftie tripe and politically correct tropes They're all here Although the US senator villain being a Dem was surprising As were the two shots at Hillary and the ClintonsStory and premise are implausible and seem to only exist to service the aforementioned politics