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Eyes of Justice (A Triple Threat Novel)
by Lis Wiehl, April Henry

Published: 2012-04-03
Hardcover : 320 pages
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The Triple Threat Club has solved intense mysteries before . . . but this time it's personal.

Cassidy, Allison, and Nicole fight for justice every day-Cassidy as a crime reporter, Nicole with the FBI, and Allison as a federal prosecutor. Together they're a Triple Threat to be reckoned ...

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The Triple Threat Club has solved intense mysteries before . . . but this time it's personal.

Cassidy, Allison, and Nicole fight for justice every day-Cassidy as a crime reporter, Nicole with the FBI, and Allison as a federal prosecutor. Together they're a Triple Threat to be reckoned with.

But never have they faced a case so full of blind alleys-or so painfully close to home.

When a devastating turn of events upsets the balance of the Triple Threat team, they discover an ally in a quirky Private Investigator named Olivia. The women vow not to stop until the case is solved and justice is served.

Yet just when it appears the police have the killer in custody, he somehow strikes again. Not knowing who to trust, the Triple Threat women go undercover for an intricate and deadly cat-and-mouse game where nothing can be taken at face value . . . and nothing will ever be the same.

Success - or survival - isn't assured in this riveting Triple Threat mystery that will leave readers both shocked and satisfied.

"One word: THRILLER! It was all I could do not to race to the end and read the last pages." -Nancy Grace, CNN Headline News anchor, former prosecutor, New York Times best-selling author (for Hand of Fate)

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Chapter One
When the authorities questioned Channel Four's receptionist later about the phone call, Marcy King couldn't recall a single distinguishing characteristic about the voice of the person who had made it. Age, accent, attitude—all she could remember was that it belonged to a man. A man insisting that he had to speak to Cassidy Shaw, the TV station's crime reporter. ... view entire excerpt...

Discussion Questions

1. Have you ever lost a good friend? How did it affect you?
2. What would you change if you knew that one of your good friends
or a family member would die in the next 12 months? Would
you save more emails? Be kinder? Say yes to spending more time
together? Not multi-task when you talk together on the phone?
Take more photos?
3. Have you ever known anyone like Ophelia? While no one in the
book uses the term “Asperger’s Syndrome,” do you think Ophelia
has it? When you were a child, did that diagnosis exist? Do you
think people have changed or that medicine has?
4. Do you think our society appreciates that differences are strengths
as well as weaknesses?
5. Have you ever been tempted to get revenge on your own, even
for something small? Did you follow through? What were the
6. Do you trust the legal system to always do what is right?
7. A government study estimates that one in six women has been
stalked. Have you ever been stalked or known someone who has?
What happened? Were the police involved or was it more benign?
8. While on vacation in Florida, Channel Four’s previous coanchor,
Alissa Fontaine, performed an impromptu striptease. After it
ended up on the Internet, she was offered a job on a reality show.
Do you think some reality shows have gone too far, or that there
are too many of them? Have reality TV shows changed your
viewing habits?
9. Nic and Allison see the degrading terms people couple with
Cassidy’s name (i.e. “breasts,” “nose job”) when searching for her
on the Web. Do you think the Internet has coarsened our culture?
Or is it merely a tool, like the printing press?
10. Would you ever risk your career for a friend?
11. One of the characters dies just when her life is turning around.
Some of the other characters think this is a cruel irony—just
when her life held such promise! Others think it’s better that she
died when she had hopes and dreams than when she was down
and out. What do you think?

Notes From the Author to the Bookclub

Note from the author:

Dear Reader: In case you’re reading this note from me before you’ve completed Eyes of Justice, I don’t want to give too much away. But I can say that Eyes is about friendship, loss, and renewal. Big themes I know and a lot to pack into a mystery, but these characters met the challenge. Take a walk with these women, all strong yet absolutely fallible. In our lives we will be faced with extreme adversity…it’s how we meet that adversity that defines us. I wanted to tell that story in Eyes of Justice.

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  "Eyes of Justice"by Janet D. (see profile) 10/16/12

Our book club won this book as the Book Movement give away book. It was a good read. I read it in one day and felt entertained. I'd read other books by this author.

  "Better to read the first book first..."by Kim K. (see profile) 09/28/12

Most of our group felt that this book would have been better if they'd have gotten to know Cassie by reading the earlier books before this one. But we did find the book interesting, though bit slow at... (read more)

  "Loved this"by toni d. (see profile) 08/27/12

I hated to put this down. I hadn't read the previous books but will now. Well written, holds your interest.

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