JUSTICE, number eight in the series of Decker and Rina, was written in a very different way. Told in first person by the teenaged protagonist, Terry McLaughlin, and in my traditional third person through Deckerís point of view, the story features a homicide in a hotel room that occurred in an after-prom party. The center suspect is a charming but pathologically disturbed teenager who matches Decker not only in height but in wile.
"Surprising twists and engaging subplots will keep readers turning the pages to the satisfying conclusion." - Publishers Weekly
"Kellerman keeps the suspense turned to high from beginning to end, and readers will find themselves thoroughly engaged and, as usual with Kellerman's books, well entertained." - Booklist