Thursday, 2 August 2012

Serial Justice by Tammy Whaley

Even on her death bed, female assassin, Carson Davidson, has an agenda that no one knows about. Carson Davidson has decided to confess to killing criminals who had committed the most horrendous atrocities imaginable. In Carson’s mind they deserved to die. She had spent over twenty years hunting down and killing these monsters. Now it’s time to tell all. But what else is she hiding?

FBI Agent Miriam Mackenzie, (Mac) is assigned to document and to ascertain the authenticity of Carson’s crimes. Unfortunately two FBI agents are killed and Mac finds herself minus her badge and her gun and under an internal investigation. As if this isn’t enough, Mac is attracted to Dana, Carson’s daughter. Even though Mac knows Dana went along with Carson when she committed her crimes and Dana herself could be a killer, Mac can’t seem to help how she feels.

Due to the rapport between Carson and Mac, Mac is asked to continue to take down Carson’s confession. As the story of Carson’s life unfolds, so events are taking place leading to an explosive sequence of events. Mac finally realizes that nothing and nobody are as they seem.

This is the first I’ve read from Tammy Whaley and I assume it is her debut novel. The storyline is thrilling, full of mystery and intrigue, twists and turns and ups and downs and is a page turner. There is no doubt that Tammy is a wonderful storyteller.

The story is fast paced all the way through, alternating between Carson’s confession and present day. However, I felt the ending was rather abrupt. Almost as if the author cut it short in order to leave room for a sequel. Which I would be delighted to see.

There are a few typos and errors. But they didn’t take me out of the story. This book is well worth reading and I highly recommend it.


  1. Wholeheartedly agree. A great book. Looking forward to much more from this author.

    1. I'm hoping there will be a sequel, sooner rather than later.