Book Review: A Justified State

A review of ‘A Justified State’ from Di on her blog ‘Pensitivity101’ – a nice 8/10. Thanks Di 🙂

‘A Justified State’ available in Paperback and on Amazon Kindle now
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I enjoy Iain’s posts and so ordered my copy from Amazon which arrived last week.

Our main characters are Danny, a State Cop grieving the loss of his family, Gabriella our assassin and Phillips, a Secret Service guy.
The book gives good descriptions of a world in the not so distant future, where technology has come a long way in prolonging life and automating jobs. Housing as we know it today is a rarity with people living in unit cubes, most food is artificially produced, power cuts are frequent due to an energy shortage, and a curfew is in place.
Clubs, entertainment, gambling and smoking are illegal, and law enforcement is a presence more than an active service.

The assassination of a politician takes place on page three, so we get straight into the story, fanning back to how Assassin and Victim met in the first chapter.
Afterwards,  Gabriella…

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