I would like to thank the author, Justin W. M. Roberts, for sending me a review copy of this book in return of an honest review.
The Policewoman is the debut novel by Justin W. M. Roberts. The book is about Inspector Sarah Michelle Dharmawan, a very beautiful and one of the best officers of the Indonesian National Police’s elite counter-terrorism unit, on loan to Interpol in Manchester, England as a liaison between Interpol and Indonesian police. Her team is going after the Irish Drug Cartel, formerly Irish Republican Army, who has drug manufacturing plants which produce ecstasy. They have known plants and operations in Ireland, England and recently Indonesia. The team’s objective is to bring down the cartel and their operations. Sarah’s primary task to find the cartel’s manufacturing plant in Indonesia. She plays a big role in the teams objective.
This book was a little slow at first, but picks up in Chapter 3. After that there is plenty of action. The story takes place in England, Ireland and Indonesia. They work with elite military units in all three countries in order to try to bring the cartel down. Just to let the reader beware, there are some graphic descriptions of the violence that a psychopathic member of the cartel performs. The author does a good job at informing the reading of the jargon and acronyms used in various countries in the book and will give the equivalents of what we use here in the United States.
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World of Sleuth’s Rating: ****
(Four out of five stars)