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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Vengeance in the Wind is the sixth installment in the Wind Series by Judy Bruce, a compelling read and an irresistible treat for fans of murder and mystery. Megan Docket is a passionate young attorney who helps her friends in their exploration of a haunted house, but things go south when a murder happens there. People get accused falsely and she wants to protect them. She needs to expose the killer. But she is putting herself into far more danger than she’d envisioned. Her mom and members of her staff are captured and held hostage. Now she must work a plan to release them, and this is more dangerous than anything. Can she pull it off without getting hurt and without putting any of her loved ones in danger?
A novel with a cunning plot and sophisticated characters told in the first person narrative and in a voice that absorbs the reader from the very opening. The protagonist, Megan, is a well-developed character with deep layers of personality. I loved the way images meld with the action. The prose is exquisite and has a unique musical character, the kind of expression the reader loves because of the aptness when it comes to the choice of word and the natural feel of the dialogues. Vengeance in the Wind is fast-paced and emotionally intense. We follow a strong character that is hemmed in from all sides, finding herself in the middle of a powerful conflict and having to deal with the fact that the well-being of loved ones depends on each step she makes. It is suspenseful and psychologically rich.