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Summary

Captain Lou Rush of the New Orleans police department is the leader of the Tribunal, a band of 10 cops dedicated to eliminating the criminals that fall through the cracks of the justice system. Their success has made them powerful and untouchable in the Crescent City, but that is about to change. 

After two decades, the time has come for Lou Rush’s son Nick to join the Tribunal, as aging members are due to retire. However, a fellow officer is killed by the Tribunal, and Nick discovers that his father may have also murdered an innocent man.

For years, Nick’s fiancé Cali Maddox quietly blends into the background. With an agenda of her own, her secrets will force father and son to decide where their true loyalties lie - with the Tribunal or with the love of Nick’s life, because one of them will not survive the aftermath.

©2020 E.J. Findorff (P)2021 E.J. Findorff

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Just Who Are The Good Guys

Excellent thriller that continually has the reader questioning just who the good guys are. Great characterization and an interesting plot

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As I often do, I went into this story not knowing a thing about it. I’m always grateful when I do because I allow the book to take me on a journey. No expectations or plot spoilers. Just me and an unfolding story.

This book is just full of tense, shocking, and exciting moments. The entire time, it had me on the edge of my seat. I never really knew where things were going. I kept trying to predict the twists and sometimes I was correct and other times I was dead wrong. Every time I thought I had it figured out, the story would take a turn in a different direction or I’d check the time and see it was nowhere near over.

The biggest appeal to me about this book is the twists. They’ve left me reeling and dumbfounded after finishing the story. Endings are rarely satisfying but this book manages to wrap everything up in a satisfying manner.

The narrator for the audiobook is overall excellent. Though he does say “acrosst” which annoys me to no end. I don’t know how you can mispronounce a word by adding a letter to it when it’s right there in front of you. Even worse is the fact that this is the third audiobook I’ve listened to in a week where the narrator has done this, making it all the more annoying to me.

Do yourself a favor and pick this one up. I really can’t praise it enough.

NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.

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  • 11-02-22

The Law or Justice?!?

Lou has a history and it's lead him into the Tribunal, a police-lead vigilante group. Murders and mayhem bring the FBI into the picture, but the Tribunal is too smart for them, and for how long? A very twisty-turning story of love, betrayal, revenge and redemption laced with violence. Very well done and highly recommended.

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  • 20-04-21

Performance Excellent; Story Pretty Good

The performance kept me listening. The story was pretty good. Overall, without the performance I might not have continued listening.

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  • Raymond N. Sanchas
  • 06-03-21

Suspense filled story set in New Orleans.

While the idea of a police vigilante squad targeting criminals is not new, it gets some new elements in this book. The father of the protagonist is scary and the narrator gives him a voice that is frightening in its strength.