Review of The Unforgivable Fix

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The Unforgivable Fix by T. E. Woods is the third book in A Justice Novel series and it is every bit as good as the other two.

This book is a book about changes and moving on with your life.  Detective Mort Grant has decided to sell his house because it is too full of memories of his prior life.  He realizes he needs to let go and move on with his life.  He talks his good friend Lyia into re-opening her psychology practice.  And the biggest change of all is the return of Mort’s daughter, who he has not seen for a long time.  When she returns she is in a lot of trouble and is in desperate need of her father’s help.  I do not want to give away any more of the story because I do not want to ruin the suspense and drama.  Just know that there is plenty of both in this book.

The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read.  There are many twists and turns thrown in throughout the book that helps to keep the reader guessing until the very end.  There is a lot of tension and suspense and the author is very good at creating these with the written word.  The characters are well developed and three dimensional and after reading the other two book, I feel like I know them pretty good.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted psychological thriller.  I would definitely recommend reading the three books in order, it will help to watch the characters growth and give you a better understanding of the relationships.

I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.  I would like to thank NetGalley and Random House Publishing Group-Alibi for the opportunity to read and review this book.

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