I received a review copy of this book of this book from the author, Lee Sherred, in return of an honest review.
Lines of Justice: Azdaja is the debut novel by Lee Sherred. The story follows Dean Sampson, while serving in the Royal Military Police (and formerly having served in a parachute regiment) with United Nations troops in Kosovo in 1999, his team comes across a room in a basement in a town where a Serbian policeman and his family were gruesomely tortured and murdered which made everybody on the team sick by what they saw. All of a sudden they saw some movement in a dark corner of the room and captured the guy that did these atrocities, but they couldn’t prove it and he was sent back to Serbia. Now in present day England, Samson is a policeman and the body of one of the members of his team is found tortured in the same manner. Samson sets out to find and eliminate this man.
There is some very descriptive violence in this book. Other than the descriptive violence, the book is pretty good. The author ties in his military and police background into this book with non-stop action. This is the first book in a series and I’m waiting for the next one.
If interested interested in reading this book, you can download it in the for the Kindle at https://www.amazon.com/Lines-Justice-A%C5%BEdaja-Lee-Sherred-ebook/dp/B073CJ5M6Z/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1511729027&sr=1-1&keywords=lines+of+justice
World of Sleuths Rating: ****
(Four out of five stars)