- By Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Divine Justice

  • Title: Divine Justice
  • Author: Cheryl Kaye Tardif
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 187
  • Format: ebook
  • Divine Justice CFBI Agent and Pyro Psychic Jasi McLellan battles a serious infection that threatens to claim her life Slipping in and out of consciousness she remembers the Parliament MurdersOne by one members of

    CFBI Agent and Pyro Psychic Jasi McLellan battles a serious infection that threatens to claim her life Slipping in and out of consciousness, she remembers the Parliament MurdersOne by one, members of Ontario s Parliament are disappearing, only to be found days later, disoriented and drugged Or worse dead Police are stumped and the CFBI brings in a covert PSI team, agCFBI Agent and Pyro Psychic Jasi McLellan battles a serious infection that threatens to claim her life Slipping in and out of consciousness, she remembers the Parliament MurdersOne by one, members of Ontario s Parliament are disappearing, only to be found days later, disoriented and drugged Or worse dead Police are stumped and the CFBI brings in a covert PSI team, agents with special psychic abilities.Accompanied by Psychometric Empath Ben Roberts and new team member Victim Empath Natassia Prushenko, Jasi heads for Ottawa and uncovers a plot so devious that Canada s national security is at risk If that isn t enough to deal with, Jasi bumps into old flame, Zane Underhill, who wants to rekindle their relationship that ended three years earlier.But the investigation takes precedent and Jasi is forced to place her feelings for Zane on hold in order to find a killer who has than justice in mind for his victims, and in the end she makes a gut wrenching decision one that will cost the life of someone close to her.

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    1. First of all, I must say that I got this book for free from BookRooster.The main part of this story takes place in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, where a prominent politician has been found murdered, and another comes up missing. Three members of the CFBI's PSI department -- agents with psychic abilities -- are on the case.This murder case, dubbed "The Parliament Murders," is bracketed by the story of one of the agents being in a coma in the hospital some time after the main events of the book. The st [...]

    2. Published by Imajin BooksReview based on eBookA prequel within a sequel, answers to questions considered from "Divine Intervention" with its many references to The Parliament Murders. This second book begins with an unconscious leader of a PSI team of the Canadian Federal Bureau of Investigation (CFBI), Jasmine (Jasi) McLellan. She has been hospitalized after the gunshot wound she received in the previous book went sour and developed a serious blood infection. Even worse, it was discovered on th [...]

    3. 4/17/2012, Ottawa Forensics Unit (Ottawa, Ontario Canada). CFBI SA Jasmine “Jasi” McLellan (Pyro-Psychic) came to see Dr. Faith Copeland (Scottish, Chief pathologist), about the deceased Monty Winkler (pathologist, forensics, Parliament member).He had drowned at Mud Lake (MacDonald Cartier Bridge).Constable Finn O’Malley (RCMP) was assigned to the case. CFBI SA Jasmine “Jasi” McLellan (Level 1) & CFBI SA Natassia Prushenko (Russian, Level 1) went to see how Marilyn Winkler (wife, C [...]

    4. Divine Justiceby Cheryl Kaye Tardif ( Author)Synopsis from :"CFBI Agent and Pyro-Psychic Jasi McLellan battles a serious infection that threatens to claim her life. Slipping in and out of consciousness, she remembers the Parliament MurdersOne by one, members of Ontario's Parliament are disappearing, only to be found days later, disoriented and drugged. Or worse―dead. Police are stumped and the CFBI brings in a covert PSI team, agents with special psychic abilities.Accompanied by Psychometric E [...]

    5. I enjoyed this a lot more than the first in the series. Possibly because I already knew the characters and all the little tech devices they utilise, etc.It also had fewer mistakes though there were still errors, sadly, along with some continuation mistakes I spotted which confused me a few times and had me zipping back to see if I'd remembered things wrongly.d I hadn't !!There were apostrophe mistakes and annoyingly she STILL spelt pored as poured as I'd noted in the first instalment.It was irri [...]

    6. DIVINE JUSTICE CHERYL KAYE TARDIFWhile in a coma after being shot Jasmine Mclellan remembers who she and her team solved the Parliament Murders. This is great literature if you are a Canadian and can appreciate the political backdrop. Even if you are not it has great suspense and overall a great story line. The author has done a great job in telling the story the way she has by using the reminicense of one of the characters. I thoroughly enjoyed the story as I was unable to put it down and found [...]

    7. This was a good book. Told mainly through flashbacks, as Jasmine lays in a coma.ting off an infection she got following a gun shot. The story follows Jasmine, Benjamin and Natassia as they investigate two strange deaths. But they are not ordinary CFBI agents. They are Empaths and Psychics that are used to solve crimes that stump the police. This was the 2nd book in this series and can be read without reading the first book. I do like that the secondary storyline (Jasi's mother's murder) is getti [...]

    8. This second book in the divine trilogy is actually the prequal, but don't be tempted reading it first. The characters introduced in part 1 become further developed in this story and some scenes/sentences make only sense when read in sequence.Though, it is a closed story and the main plot can stand on it's own!Jasi re-lives an event that defines who she is and explains her dealings with Brendan. In parallel the team is tightened by what happened and the ghosts of the past raise their voices to be [...]

    9. I loved the first of this trilogy, Divine Intervention, and was very eager to read the follow-up. Upon the first couple of pages, I felt perhaps this might be a bit of a let-down. I'm not a big fan of flashbacks. But boy was I wrong. This was an excellent, well-crafted novel with compelling characters, somewhat terrifying storyline, and a wonderful set-up for the final instalment in the trilogy. I am not going to read that one for a bit - savour it as you will. I don't give 5 stars often at all [...]

    10. This is a sequel that is also a prequel. It is set at the time after the latest case featured in the first installment, but it talks about an earlier case as recalled by Jasi, the main character, while she was in a coma.I find this better than the first one, though I can't still get my mind around the proliferation of super, uber high technology in 2012.The mystery about Emily remains unsolved. No talk of book 3 yet, but I'm sure to wait for that, just to know how Emily's story will pan out.

    11. This book was okay, I'm not sure why she decided to write this second and not first. Putting your main character in a semi-coma to tell about the case that began her career is something I haven't read before and didn't enjoy it as much as if she'd just written the first book of the series with the first case. That said I have begun the 3 and final in this series so maybe it will all make more sense after that one. Kind of like watching the second movie and then watching the first to see what you [...]

    12. Psychic investigationPsychic team of crime investigators solve crimes using unique skills not fully explained in context. Not sure what the oxygen mask is about. Also story thread undeveloped requiting n sequel. Not that invested will download next in series.

    13. It's a suspenseful mystery read. Has a great plot with brain-washing,politics, and a gifted pyscic who the FBI depend on to solve crucial cases :) The paranormal part is weak, and it has a few sexual scens but I didn't mind. Overall, good read!

    14. A BRILLIANT BOOK spoilersI'm never let down the way cheryl writes is a gift they always seem to tough a nerve. an amazing read as always x

    15. A little disjointed in places while she tries to bring everything together but overall I quite enjoyed it.

    16. Excellent book. The work with physics in a normal police setting is fascinating. Thoroughly enjoyed reading the series

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