I've been reading Lis Wiehl's Triple Threat series since the first book. They are the kind of books that you get more and more wrapped up in as the series continues. You feel like you really get to know the three friends who make up the group. You see the ups and downs through the cases they work, as well as their personal struggles.
That's what makes Eyes of Justice such a shocker - one of the Triple Threat women becomes the victim, leaving her remaining friends grief-stricken and searching for her killer. I never saw the beginning of this book coming. Ok, I never saw any of this coming! I was floored by the events as the whole story unfolded.
It was a pretty emotional read, but I think this is probably the best book yet of the Triple Threat series. It's a little tricky to really review the book without giving away too much of the plotline, but it's safe to say it's a fantastic read! As always, I look forward to the next book and can't wait to see the new directions the series is sure to go in.