Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Reeling from his wife's unsolved murder, Malcolm Cutter is just going through the motions as a chauffeur and bodyguard for Hollywood's rich and famous. Then a pair of Guatemalan tough guys offer him a job. It's an open question whether they're patriotic revolutionaries or vicious terrorists. Either way, Cutter doesn't much care until he gets a bomb through his window, a gangland beating on the streets of L.A., and three bullets in the chest. Now there's another murder on Cutter's Mind. His own.

My thoughts...

I'm a big fan of Athol Dickson, I haven't been disappointed yet in any of his books! JANUARY JUSTICE is about a widower names Malcolm Cutter. His tarnished past has kept him from letting more than a few people know about his marriage to his actress wife, Haley, who was murdered seven months ago. Malcolm survived that attack and spent those months in a hospital trying to regain his sanity. His goal now is to find out who the murderer is! It isn't long until he comes in contact with some thugs and his life is in danger. A bomb is thrown through his bedroom window, he's being followed by two men in a car.

This is a fast paced, gripping novel you don't want to put down! You never know what's going to happen! I loved Malcolm's character, he's a tough guy with a soft heart and I also loved his cohorts...the butler and the gardener. What a great book! 5 stars from me!

I received a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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Meet the Author

Athol Dickson's mystery, suspense, and literary novels have won three Christy Awards and an Audie Award. Suspense fans who enjoyed Athol's They Shall See God will love his latest novel, January Justice, the first installment in a new mystery series called The Malcolm Cutter Memoirs. The second and third novels in the series, Free Fall in February, and A March Murder, are coming in 2013.

Critics have favorably compared Athol's work to such diverse authors as Octavia Butler (Publisher's Weekly), Hermann Hesse (The New York Journal of Books) and Flannery O'Connor (The New York Times). Athol lives with his wife in southern California. Please visit his website at, and like his Facebook fan page. You can also follow him on TWITTER.

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