A Limited Justice

  • Title: A Limited Justice
  • Author: Catriona King
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  • Page: 326
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  • A Limited Justice A Limited Justice is a fast paced crime novel When a body is discovered at a petrol station Belfast D C I Marc Craig is called to investigate Within a day a second body is found Then a third This ti
    A Limited Justice is a fast paced crime novel.When a body is discovered at a petrol station, Belfast D.C.I Marc Craig is called to investigate Within a day, a second body is found Then a third This time, it s personal.It s someone he knows.With time against him, Craig desperately tries to piece the case together, but will he find the suspect before anyone else is killeA Limited Justice is a fast paced crime novel.When a body is discovered at a petrol station, Belfast D.C.I Marc Craig is called to investigate Within a day, a second body is found Then a third This time, it s personal.It s someone he knows.With time against him, Craig desperately tries to piece the case together, but will he find the suspect before anyone else is killed A Limited Justice is the first in a crime series set in 21st century Belfast featuring Detective Chief Inspector Marc Craig.

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    About Catriona King


    1. Catriona King is a doctor and NHS Manager She was raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland and moved to central London to live and work as a Doctor, where she trained as a police Forensic Medical examiner She worked closely with the Metropolitan Police on many occasions, and encountered many fascinating people and situations, in both Belfast and London In recent years, she has lived and worked in Belfast, basing her D.C.I Craig crime novels in the streets of modern Belfast and Northern Ireland, and locating the fictitious crime headquarters of Docklands Coordinated Crime Unit in one of Belfast s most colourful and oldest districts, Sailortown Catriona has written since childhood, fiction, fact and reporting A Limited Justice is her first novel, released on Kindle on 24th August 2012 and in paperback on the 26th October to Five Star Reviews It follows Detective Chief Inspector Marc Craig and his team, in the hunt for the killer of three people.There are four further novels in the D.C.I Craig series The Grass Tattoo , The Visitor , The Waiting Room and the fifth book in the Craig Series The Broken Shore released in December 2013 All are available in paperback and e book Catriona s sixth novel, The Carbon Trail a standalone espionage thriller set in New York City, will be released in April 2014 Books six and seven in the Craig series called The Slowest Cut and The Coercion Key respectively are currently in edits for release in 2014.Catriona is active on both Facebook facebook CatrionaKing and Twitter twitter CatrionaKing1 where she engages about her books Her website is catrionakingbooksBooks can be purchased on , Barnes and Noble and many other sites s ref nb_sb_nos


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    1. I stumbled on this book by chance as it does not seem to have been publicised and is not listed on the price drop website I use (ereaderiq). This is a shame as it is a good read. The plot has some good twists and turns, some obvious to a regular crime fiction reader, some not. The characters are well defined and rounded, the craic (when in Ireland etc.) between the team believable and funny. I'll be downloading the other books in the series.

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    2. I rather enjoyed this book, a well written police procedural set in Belfast. There were terms I was not familiar with (being Australian) but I looked them up and I learned new things, which is always a good thing.Marco Craig is a good police officer and he and his team are determined to get to the bottom of what has been going on with the seemingly unrelated killings which are occurring on his patch. All the various members of his team work together very well and the characters are well fleshed [...]

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    3. First in a series of DCI Craig novels, this is a very impressive debut. I’m pleased that I have three more in the ‘Belfast’s Modern Thriller Series’ to read in my pile of books. Considering this book was published in 2012, that’s a laudable production schedule Catriona King is maintaining.King trained as a doctor and as a Police Forensic Medical Examiner in London, where she worked for many years – and it shows: ‘… with the smell of burnt flesh, to make a perfume that would never [...]

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    4. A man murdered outside his shop in Belfast, A WPC drowned and possibly raped found in the River Bann.Two cases with apparently no links in this gripping first case for DCI Marc Craig. When the murderer strikes closer to home, with an attempt on a fellow police officer it becomes a race to find the killer before more bodies turn up.This first novel by former police forensic medical examiner Catriona King is a tightly written, fast paced novel that reveals just enough along the way to keep you gue [...]

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    5. In any case, justice is necessarily limited. Detecting and imprisoning perpetrators does not restore the families lost to their crimes. This story set in Northern Ireland takes a realistic look at the limits the police encounter in trying to restore the balance disturbed by crimes both punished and unpunished.

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    6. Enjoyed this book finding it an easy read and kept me hooked until the end.

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    7. CATRIONA KINGLimited JusticeThis is the first book on a series featuring Marco Craig, and I am so glad to have found it. Follow Marco Craig to find the murderer who is targeting specific people. this book is the start of a fantastic series, easy to rate this one as it was awesome reading from start to 5*+ 24 March 2017.

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    8. A Limited JoyA wonderful writer, vivid characters, a fascinating case, and then Well, you decide. I will say that this book had the most unusual, probably "correct", but quite odd conclusion for a law enforcement "procedural". And for me, the ending made me very uncomfortable. Either law enforcement enforces the law, doing everything to learn the truth then peruse that truth until "justice" is served. And, not as defined by uniformed humanists or gun-carrying philosophers. The incredibly rigid l [...]

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    9. A smoldering corpse doused with oil, a petrol station thick with fumes and an overturned bin all reek of a well thought out murder. Northern Ireland’s DCI Marc Craig is a combination of Latin temperament and sharp wit. After a murder on a fellow police officer, he is intent on stopping these elaborate killings. With a dynamic team of four others from the Docklands Coordinated Crime Unit, he realizes the motive was not one of robbery. But one of hatred. There is the prefect amount of scene desc [...]

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    10. Catriona King's A Limited Justice is the first in what I hope will be a long running Belfast crime series. King is a former forensic examiner now living in Belfast, both facts which add to the realism of the settings and forensic science. Not that she overwhelms readers with her knowledge, far from it. There is just enough to paint the scenes and no more.The story opens with a brutal murder in broad daylight, followed by the seemingly unrelated murder of a WPC. When it becomes clear that the two [...]

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    11. This definitely lives up to its blurb about being a fast-paced crime novel. When a body is discovered at a petrol station, Belfast D.C.I. Marc Craig is called to investigate. The unfolding mystery is cleverly crafted, and all the characters and settings well painted.I may never have been to Belfast nor even to N. Ireland, but Catriona King creates a vivid sense of place. The characters are very human, with frailties and strengths that make them leap out from the page. As Craig desperately tried [...]

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    12. I received this as a complimentary book from the author to review for my blog My Tachiyomi Life. I absolutely enjoyed reading it. This fast-paced crime novel makes for a great weekend read. The characters are believable, flawed, and each with their own distinct personalities. It follows DCI Craig, a detective in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As the team tries to figure out one murder, then another, and another, they realize these seemingly unrelated murders are in fact tied together. This is the fi [...]

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    13. A solid police procedural with lots of heart, this book was apparently a debut so - good work. Set in Belfast, police investigate a series of bizarre murders and soon reach the conclusion that the killer must be a woman. But there is little evidence and no apparent motive. Long story short, the killer is identified and the motive revealed, but will justice be served with the outcome of this story? I'll let you be the judge of that. I liked the ambiguous ending and think, with further character d [...]

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    14. This is a skilfully woven detective story which addresses the downside of a flawed justice system, and satisfactorily pulls together all the threads at the end, while leaving enough human interest to entice the reader on to the next in the series.I've only visited Belfast once, briefly - but my appetite has been wetted by this immensely readable and impeccably written book. I enjoyed the touches of humour, and look forward to following the on-going loves and lives of DCI Craig and his gigantic c [...]

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    15. This is a good debut crime novel. It has a good plot and an excellent police investigation team- plenty of scope here for sequels! I was nt struck on the love interest section- the book would not have suffered the loss of it. Personally, I prefer more darkness and earthiness, and the odd mistake by perp or investigators- and was disappointed that there was no specific Belfast feel. Great work!!!

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    16. Although you are told who the killer is, this didn't bother me like it normally does because King didn't make me wade through much of the killer's perspective and I didn't learn the motive until very late in the novel. So it remained a police procedural and not a psycho suspense novel. I found the setting interesting and the main characters were very well done.

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    17. Excellent Detective StoryI was looking for an excellent story teller and did some research on who has had consistent ratings. Catriona King is an exciting author who knows how to hook the reader into their story. I started this book yesterday and could not put it down until I was done. I am going to enjoy this crime series.

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    18. 3.5 stars. I read a new "printing" (revised ?) of this book which is the first of a long series. I thought the characters were quite good and there wasn't any confusion which is an occasional problem in this genre. My one criticism is the the last portion of the book (after the case had been more or less solved) seemed dragged out and a bit tedious.

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    19. Murder in Northern Ireland?Reads like a speed train. Not your average ways of murder and passionate policemen and women. Don't want to give spoilers, you'll have to read it for yourself! Want to read more of this writer She really got me hooked

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    20. This is a brilliant debut. Fast paced, complex, unusual and intriguing. Vicious crimes but without gratuitous gore. Characters that live on the page then sneak into your head beyond the end of the story. Can't wait to read the next one.

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    21. Enjoyed Catriona King's 1st in her D.I. Craig series a lot. By the end of the book I was holding my breath, I really wanted to the perpetrator to succeed, despite the crimesI will definitely read more of the series. Highly recommended.

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    22. Good charactersI love a character I can truly see. This did it for me. A great story, with meaty characters. I will be consuming the rest of this author's books!

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    23. This is a must read book in a must read series!

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    24. Book was okay. Perhaps a first effort? Seemed a bit clunky in terms of plot development. A bit difficult to engage with the characters. Might be worth checking further efforts.

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    25. Loved it. Love British mysteries I was not not disappointed. On my second in the series THE GRASS TATTOO.

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    26. Gave up after 40-50 pages. There was no central character by that stage and it became very hard to follow.

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