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Cold Justice begins with Kali O'Brien investigating her best friend, Anne's Jonnie Jacobs – 5th in series I will definitely read the next book in the series.
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Now the San Francisco lawyer takes on a case that hits too close to home: When her friend, Anne, misses a dinner engagement, Kali knows that something must be wrong, but nothing could possibly prepare her for the news that Anne's body has been found - strangled and provocatively posed next to a dumpster. When a yellow rose and a poem are sent to Anne's husband, Kali's worst fears are realized.

Kali has seen that particular calling card before. Eight years ago, while working for the district attorney's office, she helped to prosecute a serial killer known as the Bayside Strangler - a man recently executed for his crimes. When Anne's death is followed by another similar one, it raises the possibility that either an innocent man was executed - or a dangerous copycat is on the loose.

Either way spells doom for Owen Nelson, the ambitions DA who became famous for putting the Bayside Strangler behind bars - and who is now running for governor of California. With his political career hanging in the balances, Owen persuades Kali to return to the DA's office for one purpose only: Now, Kali must put aside her grief and delve deeply into the sealed secrets of a case long thought closed, searching for the clue that links the past to the present - and for the deadly mistake that let a killer walk free, waiting for the chance to strike again.

When a third body is discovered, Kali realizes that the victims are anything but random. A chilling pattern is emerging, a pattern that points directly to the next target - Kali herself This was a good book. George Kuch is the perfect narrator for this legal thriller. Kali is being stalked by a killer that she put behind bars years ago. Her best friend is killed and only she can figure out who the real killer is. I was provided this book by the author,narrator or publisher. Kali already knew when Anne didn't show up for their dinner engagement.

When a letter and a rose was sent to Anne's husband, Kali knew it was a signature of a serial killer, Bayside Strangler that she helped prosecuted. Except the fact that the Bayside Strangler has been executed before Anne's murder. Kali notified her former boss and D. For Owen, it would meant disasterous and an end to his political career. When the second and third murdered victims turned up, Kali discovered that each victims are linked to the Bayside Strangler.

She has to find out whether this is the work of a copycat or was the wrong man convicted and executed. Cold Justice has a lot of twists and turns as Kali tried to find the killer.


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Everyone in the story is a suspect and there are reasons to believe that they could possible be the Bayside Strangler. The narrator George Kuch provided a good performance narrating Cold Justice. His voice tends to be gruff but then again, Kali is the only female main character in the story. I was not compensated or influence in any way for writing this review.

Would you consider the audio edition of Cold Justice to be better than the print version? I've only listened to the audiobookblast. What other book might you compare Cold Justice to and why? Comparable killer to silence of the lambs. How does this one compare? This was my 1st book from this author.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? Who is next to receive the rose? This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.

I would have enjoyed the printed version just as well. No other title comes to mind. It was equal to any big named author. I liked his accents. Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? No it was too long. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com.

This was my second audiobook written by Jonnie Jacobs and that was also narrated by George Kuch. This is a great combination with a well written story that is executed wonderfully by the narrator. Even thought the main character is female Kuch does it well. I enjoyed the other Jacobs book The Only Suspect and was anxious to listen to this one. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Preview — Cold Justice by Jonnie Jacobs. Cold Justice Kali O'Brien, 5 3. Cold Justice showcases the talents that have made former attorney Jonnie Jacobs one of the most acclaimed and promising writers of legal thrillers today: Her novels featuring San Francisco lawyer Kali O'Brien consistently win praise for their startling twists and turns, and for the engaging, complicated woman who is the driving force behind them. In Cold Justice, Kali has taken a case that hits close to home: Attorney Kali O'Brien is no stranger to San Francisco's dark side, but nothing can prepare her for the horror of learning that her friend Anne's body has been found strangled and naked, in a dank alleyway.

And when a yellow rose and a poem are sent to Anne's husband, Kali's deepest fears are awakened. Because she's seen that calling card before--eight years ago, when she helped prosecute a serial killer known as the Bayside Strangler. Anne's murder is soon followed by another--equally brutal and eerily similar--raising the possibility that either an innocent man was sentenced to death Now, Kali must delve into the secrets of a case long thought closed, searching for the deadly mistake that let a killer walk free. And when a third victim falls, a chilling pattern begins to emerge, a pattern that points directly to the next target--Kali, herself.

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 31, Maddy rated it really liked it Shelves: During the time that he was in action, five young women lost their lives. There were various signature elements to the crimes that linked them to Davis. For example, he would send the victim a single yellow rose with a poem, dress her in sensual attire and pose her body provocatively, etc.

So when those same elements appear in a new series of murders, the authorities and public wonder if the right man w RATING: So when those same elements appear in a new series of murders, the authorities and public wonder if the right man was executed or if the new crimes are the work of a copycat killer. Owen Nelson rose to prominence as the result of the way that he handled the Davis case and is now the prime candidate for governor of California.

She becomes pulled into the new situation when one of the other attorneys by the name of Anne Bailey who also was involved is one of the latest victims. Kali is at somewhat of a crossroads in her professional life.

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Most recently, she has been working as a defense attorney and had planned on entering into a partnership with Anne. These new events convince her that her future lies elsewhere and that she needs to assist on resolving the murders. Therefore, when she is approached by Owen about returning to the District Attorney office, it feels like a more productive avenue for her to follow. Kali works in partnership with 2 policemen who are first wary about her role in the case but grow to trust her when she proves not to be a glory hound. His partner, Bryce Keating, is a younger man; and he and Kali find themselves attracted to one another.

They work together well to try to establish the links between the various murders and bring the perpetrator to justice. The investigation takes a turn for the worse when Kali becomes one of the targets of the killer. Overall, the book was quite satisfactory. There were a few areas where I felt that Jacobs could have done a better job.

The first was in how she had Kali handle a personal relationship that was no longer attractive to her, in which the other person was overly persistent. It was inconsistent with her character to waffle in her dealings with this man; indeed, I would have expected her to be very direct because that is the kind of person she was.

Secondly, the resolution was a bit of a letdown. Jacobs did an excellent job on characterization, and the plot was satisfying with a preponderance of red herrings that left the reader guessing as to how things would turn out while ratcheting up the suspense. Mar 16, Kai rated it really liked it Shelves: Kali already knew when Anne didn't show up for their dinner engagement. When a letter and a rose was sent to Anne's husband, Kali knew it was a signature of a serial killer, Bayside Strangler that she helped prosecuted.

Except the fact that the Bayside Strangler has been executed before Anne's murder. Kali notified her former boss and D. For Owen, it would meant disasterous and an end to his political career. When the second and third murdered victims turned up, Kali discovered that each victims are linked to the Bayside Strangler. She has to find out whether this is the work of a copycat or was the wrong man convicted and executed. Cold Justice has a lot of twists and turns as Kali tried to find the killer. Everyone in the story is a suspect and there are reasons to believe that they could possible be the Bayside Strangler.

The narrator George Kuch provided a good performance narrating Cold Justice. His voice tends to be gruff but then again, Kali is the only female main character in the story. I was not compensated or influence in any way for writing this review. Sep 11, Kat rated it liked it.

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  • Sep 08, LJ rated it really liked it Shelves: Anne's murder is eerily similar to the crimes for which the so-called Bayside Strangler, Dwayne Davis, has recently been executed. When a second, and then a third victim, turns up in short order, the heat is on and a team is put together to investigate the new murders and ensure that an innocent man was not executed.

    Interesting secondary characters, very good suspense, and an unexpected ending provide a very good read. But the most interesting thing is that, with the Kali being a prosecuting attorney, none of the story is in the courtroom — a refreshing change. I have always enjoyed this series, and this book is particularly good.