Lady Justice (Paperback)

A Novel

By Vicki Hinze

Bantam, 9780553583533, 448pp.

Publication Date: August 3, 2004

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The Consortium, an international group of businessmen, launches a silent war against the United States using biological contaminates to destroy crops and create the need for medical technology it intends to black market. The goal? Financial Gain. The method of attaining it? Manipulate the economy and, through it, the government. The war will be won before the U.S. realizes it has been attacked--and the Consortium will rule the U.S.

But the Consortium didn't plan on the Special Detail Unit Senior Special Agent, Gabby Kincaid, discovering there is a war and it's being fought and won by the enemy: a discovery that exposes Gabby's cover and marks her for elimination by her partner, Special Agent Max Grayson. Max attempts to execute his orders, but he and Gabby become the U.S.'s strongest defense. They must work together to expose the enemy--before more innocents die from deliberate contamination; before the economy collapses; and before the country is crippled. Few things surprise Gabby or Max on this mission, but one stuns them. Neither expected to fall in love.

About the Author

Selected for Who's Who in America (2004) as a writer and educator, Vicki Hinze is also the award-winning author of fourteen novels, a nonfiction book, and hundreds of articles. She's been twice nominated for the prestigious RT Reviewer's Choice, Career Achievement Award for Best Suspense Novelist of the Year (2001) and Best Series Storyteller of the Year (2002). Vicki lives in Florida with her husband.

Praise For Lady Justice: A Novel

"In LADY JUSTICE, Vicki Hinze has written a taut, twisty thriller about deadly, greedy evil and the strong and courageous men and women who fight it.  I promise you, you won't soon forget Gabby, Max -- or the Ladies of Carnel Cove."
-- Kay Hooper, bestselling author of Sense of Evil

"Tense and top-notch, LADY JUSTICE will keep you anxiously turning the pages.  Vicki Hinze writes about a world of dangerous men and women -- and she does it with absolutely convincing authority."
--Tess Gerritsen, author of The Sinner