Review: Justified State by Iain Kelly

As well as my new novel being published this week, the first book in the trilogy, ‘A Justified State’ is still available on Amazon and my blogging friend, and fellow novleist Laurie has written a very welcome review on her blog, Rambles, Writing and Amusing Musings. Do check it out!

Rambles, writing and amusing musings

About the book:

The future. The socially reformist Central Alliance Party rules unopposed.

Poverty and homelessness have been eradicated, but overpopulation, an energy crisis and an ongoing war jeopardise the stability of the country.

When a local politician is assassinated, Detective Danny Samson finds himself at the centre of an investigation that threatens not only his life, but the entire future of The State.

My thoughts:

Ah, I love a good sci fi, and I love a good murder mystery. And this is both. A cop drama set in the future… with futuristic technology and privacy concerns over a government state that knows everything about you.

What is intriguing to me is the question… how do you stage the perfect murder and get away with it in a future where every movement is tracked, public transport is recorded, cars are smart and drive themselves, and forensics is a simple matter…

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2 responses to “Review: Justified State by Iain Kelly”

  1. What a great review and I am sure your 2nd book will be just as good. Looking forward to reading it! I just need to finish the book I am reading now. I have read 2 books at the same time before, but it can get confusing! LOL!

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    1. Ha, yes it can! No rush, it won’t be going anywhere 😉

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