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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
The Policewoman by Justin W.M. Roberts is a military fiction story set in the year 2026. Sarah is a policewoman with a lot of ambition. She works for Densus-88, an anti-terrorist unit, set up to fight the narco-terrorism sweeping the world. The Irish Drug Cartel is incredibly powerful; they have extended their manufacturing plants to Indonesia, Ireland, and Scotland, and are not afraid to kill whoever stands in their way. Sarah is assigned a new task; together with the Interpol Incident Response Team, she must find the members of the Cartel and shut them down. Working closely with the SAS, the beautiful and smart policewoman has to learn Close Quarters Battle Tactics and learn how to use them in the field. All is going well until things start to get personal for Sarah. Now she not only has to help find the Cartel, she also has to protect her family and friends, and even herself as the battle to win heats up.
The Policewoman by Justin W.M. Roberts is an incredibly powerful novel. Although it is set in the not too distant future, it does reflect very much on things that are happening in the world right now and, perhaps scarily, is something that could very well become a reality for all of us. The plot line was excellent; it was solid, strong and had some very surprising, if not terrifying, twists in it along the way. The characters, especially the main protagonist, are incredibly well developed, written to fit the story exactly and there is nothing left to the imagination. This ensures any reader will know exactly who they are reading about and this leads to a deeper understanding of the story. Fantastic fast-paced story, this would make an excellent movie! Looking forward to reading more from Mr. Roberts in the future