Avenged

Avenged Review

When Officer Carly Edwards finds three young gangbangers shot execution style, she and her husband, Sergeant Nick Anderson, head of the gang unit, fear Las Playas may be on the verge of a gang war. The Las Playas PD is put on high alert as tensions escalate between rival gangs, especially after Carly confiscates weapons from a gang leader and learns they were stolen from a military base along with explosive devices.But something isn't adding up, and Carly suspects there might be more going on. As she prepares to testify at a major trial, Carly's reputation is shredded by a reporter apparently trying to discredit her professionally. Facing pressure on all fronts, Carly must rely on faith and trust God in a deeper way during one of the biggest struggles of her career.

Title:Avenged
Edition Language:English

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    Avenged Reviews

  • Denise Hershberger

    My original review from 2013Avenged centers mostly on how Carly is feeling about her career after seeing so many bad things happen, losing her partner temporarily, and being talked about unfairly in t...

  • Charity U

    After requesting this book from Tyndale for review, I discovered Book 2 (Abducted) for free on Kindle. Since it had been on my to-read list for quite some time, I snatched it up and eagerly read it. W...

  • Kellie

    Being a big supporter of all things emergency services, I was very excited to get my hands on this series by former police officer Janice Cantore. But whereas there was a lot to like about this third ...

  • C.J. Darlington

    A great finale to the series! I love the gritty police action (coming from a former cop, I know it's accurate), and these characters wrestle with faith just like us. Only quibble... Carly & Nick's mar...

  • Erin

    Carly and Nick have remarried in this third installation of the Pacific Coast Justice series. It's a great conclusion to the series! In this book we've got Nick in the gang department and Carly still ...

  • Barbara

    I like Janice Cantore and the pace of the book is brisk and interesting. However, I almost gave it 2 stars as most of her books end with everything just tied too neatly in a bow. She throws so many th...

  • Andi Wernke

    I was really looking forward to reading this, as I had read all the others. The story is good but it's only toldfrom Carly's point of view. None of the other characters. The author didn't do that with...

  • Ellen White

    When one reads this, and how Carly, is being prosecuted on all sides. It takes a lot of faith and dedication to be an officer. The emotions of Carly and Nick, and what they face day by day. The closen...

  • Linda

    This is the final volume in Ms. Cantore's Pacific Coast Justice trilogy. Each has been better than the one before, and all have been excellent. Janice writes from her own experience as a police office...

  • Mom

    Listened to this with Larry and he really enjoyed the book also. Great mystery that kept you on your toes all the way through. Carly possibly going to go work for the task force - I guessed she would ...