Wednesday, April 04, 2012

INJUSTICE FOR ALL - Robin Caroll - Free Book

Welcome back, Robin. You have a lot of books out now. What is your favorite setting to use in your books?
I love using Louisiana because that’s home for me…it’s in my heart. Louisiana is like a foreign country within the United States…the Cajun language and food, a totally different mindset, if you will.

What do you look for when you’re shopping for a book to buy for yourself?
I’m an author-buyer. If it’s by an author I know and trust, their new releases are for me. I also like to find new favorite authors in suspense and the subgenres, so I like reading reviews on Amazon, B&N, CBD.COM, and also what my friends recommend. I want a story that demands I stay up all night to finish reading it! J

Give us a little tour of the setting for this book.
Injustice For All is centrally located in a fictional town, Hopewell, Louisiana. Of course, the bayou is the backdrop for all the murder and mayhem!

What other books do you have coming out soon?
The next book in the Justice Seekers is TO WRITE A WRONG and it releases in September 2012, then the final book in the series, STRAND OF DECEPTION will release in February 2013. I’m also very excited about a new writing adventure. My mentor and friend and uber-talented author, Colleen Coble, and I are co-writing a couple of YA books featuring the kids from her best-selling Rock Harbor series. The first one is slated for an April 2013 release and a second in fall 2013.

That is so cool. Is this novel part of a series or a stand-alone book?
This is the first book in the JUSTICE SEEKERS series.

Tell us about the story.
A federal judge is killed by the least expected suspect coupled with the most unexpected witness. This causes the witness to run from one of the most protective employer's an individual could be employed...the FBI. The utter fear a witness could entail is being tracked by an agency that she knows all to well. Their tactics, resources, devices, and determination could only spell disaster for anyone who tried to run. Her only chance to survive is to use all her cunning, imagination and experience with the Bureau to keep them off balance and off her trail.

I’m hooked. Please give us the first page of the book.
“The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our ways I go to die, and you to live. Which is the better, God only knows.”

Every muscle in my body stiffened, and my mouth went spitless. Chambering a round was a distinct sound, unmistakable.

My hand gripped the railing as questions swarmed my mind. A gun? In Daniel’s house? He’d been opposed to firearms ever since my father was murdered.

I took a step off the second-story landing. My palm itched to grip my own handgun at the moment, but knowing how Daniel felt, I’d never bring it over. Even when I spent the night.

“Put that gun away.” My godfather’s voice held a tremble as it drifted up to me. Never, ever, had I heard Daniel’s voice be anything but commanding.

My heart pounded harder than before—my ribs felt the punishment. My knees weakened.

“Not hardly. You just couldn’t leave well enough alone, could you, Daniel?”

I broke out into a cold sweat, recognizing that voice. And the angry tone. I should have—sure had heard it enough times. Was this real? Not him. I had to be mistaken. Because if he’s the one with the gun…

I descended, my feet making no sound on the plush stair runner. Reaching the first floor, I glanced at the alarm system control panel by the front door. No indicator lights ablaze. My throat and gut flipped places. Why have the security feature if Daniel wouldn’t use it? I padded across the cold marble floor of the darkened foyer and activated the silent alarm. The gated community security would arrive.

Would it be soon enough?

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Thank you, Robin, for another interesting interview.

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Injustice For All: A Justice Seekers Novel - paperback
Injustice For All: A Justice Seekers Novel - Kindle

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Mary Preston said...

I don't mind a little murder & mayhem in my reading. Thank you for the first page. I look forward to reading INJUSTICE FOR ALL.


Mary P

writingsofrosie said...

I'm with you there, Robin! I want a nice book to keep me up into the late hours!
Injustice for all is going on my reading list!

Rosie from FL

Ginger Solomon said...

This sounds so exciting. Oooh, I love it already.

Ginger in AL

Bethany said...

I'd love to win a copy- this book sounds exciting!!

Unknown said...

Writing Injustice For All was a LOT of research, but a whole lotta fun! I hope you all enjoy!

Unknown said...

Injustice For All sounds like my kind of suspense novel, a must have! Library reading of this one won't do. Thank you for the post on it, and the opportunity to win this great giveawy, Robin and Lena

Marianne - Arizona

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Jo said...

"Injustice For All" definitely sounds like a book that will keep one on their toes and awake to finish reading. Am looking forward to reading this series. The book is definitely on my list.

Jo from Southern Arizona

Sarah Elisabeth said...

I've heard this is a great book!

Sarah Elisabeth from Texas

apple blossom said...

please enter me thanks
live in ND

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Janet Kerr said...

Your book "Injustice For All" sounds brilliant. I am looking forward to a good read!

Jan from B.C. Canada

Sarah Rebekah Richmond said...

Looks interesting!
Please enter me in the drawing!
God Bless,
Sarah Richmond

Casey said...

Robin's books intrigue me. After meeting her at ACFW, I'd love to get my hands on one of her books. :)


Unknown said...

Awww, thanks, Casey and others. I hope you'll all enjoy the read. Here's a bit of trivia for you...

In the book, one of the characters has a Lab named Chubbers. In real life, I have a part-lab, part-Catahoula, but his name is Moodoo (from my book, Bayou Justice)...but the name Chubbers was mine and my husband's first dog together-a black Sharpei

Abigail Mitchell said...

Enter me!

Cindy W. said...

Oh my! I love Robin Caroll's books and would love to win a copy of "Injustice for All". Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy.

I am from Indiana.

Smiles & Blessings,
Cindy W.


Linda Kish said...

I would love to read this book.


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Sharon Richmond said...

Enter me I would love to win a copy of this book it sounds and looks like a great story!! Thanks and God bless.
Sharon Richmond
Blanch, NC.

Carol N Wong said...

This sounds like a great mystery with a suspense and excitement all the way through.



Merry said...

Injustice For All sounds like a delicious, suspense filled book I couldn't put down. Please add me!
Merry in TX

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy Christian suspense
novels. Please enter me in the drawing for this book.
God Bless You!

Dennie Richmond
Blanch, NC

Coolestmommy said...

You sure know how to leave a girl hanging at the end of the first page. Now I have to rush out and get this one!!!

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com

Unknown said...

Y'all make me smile! Thanks for the kind words. And thank you, Lena, for letting me drop by and visit!

Nancye said...

This sounds like a great book! Thanks for the giveaway.

Nancye in Kentucky

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

rubynreba said...

Interesting interview and the book also looks very interesting!
Beth from Iowa