Beverly’s Justice

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Meet single mom Beverly Battersby, a hardworking bank CFO who is unexpectedly thrust into the world of high-tech swindlers. After her boss is murdered, she discovers the new executives above her are mobsters in the process of embezzling millions—which would leave her beloved community in ruins—and intend to lay the blame squarely on her. She forms a plan to derail the mobsters, but when the threat against her escalates, Beverly is forced to go into hiding in the Alaskan wilderness. Follow Beverly as she utilizes all her wits and untested skills to bring to justice an enemy who plays dirty.

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DEATH, GREED, and INTRIGUE are the stuff of detective novels and not expected in a prestigious coastal enclave. But there is plenty after the chairman of Newport Beach’s esteemed bank is found murdered. Enter single mom Beverly Battersby, the bank’s hardworking CFO. Devastated by her mentor’s death, she is horrified to discover the new executives above her are mobsters in the process of embezzling millions—which would leave her beloved community in ruins—and intend to lay the blame squarely on her.

Infuriated, Beverly pulls together her own covert team to take down the swindlers, with the help of Alaskan banker Robert Langdon. Even as her squad explodes into action, the threat against Beverly escalates, and she’s forced to set aside her growing romance with Robert and to go into hiding in the Alaskan wilderness. But if the assassins track her down, is she capable of defending and protecting her small family? And will those bilking her bank and community ever face their crimes? Follow Beverly as she utilizes all her wits and untested skills to bring to justice an enemy who plays dirty.

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Weight0.910 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 in
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3 reviews for Beverly’s Justice

  1. Toni Nation

    Beverly’s Justice is a very fun, fast moving, delightful book that throws the reader into a cauldron and tumbles and tosses until finally spilling him out again. The reader will be thrilled by the experience and right away, look for another book for a similar tumbling.

  2. Thomas S. Oguiza, PhD

    Bill Avery is really a gifted writer. I mean he holds a core writing creativity that becomes reality.
    When a well conceived plot, crafted carefully, maintaining a-real-life sequencing, is brought to your attention, you know right away that a work of quality is on your desk.
    If in the course of a relaxed reading you do not need any encouragement to go to the next page— and the next; thankful that the language used is mastered with a rigorous respect for syntactic resources; with ample vocabulary that’s so rich in the variety of words selected—each one of them coined to create a believable set of events—a literary fictional success not frequently attained, then you hope that the libraries include this remarkable novel, Beverly’s justice, in their collections as an extraordinary example of XXI century American novels.
     

  3. Jerri Lei

    At last a rare writer has brought attention to Christian women who serve dual roles in their families and in fulltime jobs Few authors have noticed these heroic women, much less write about them.
    Avery brilliantly created an endearing character in Beverly, a local girl who rose to become the CFO of the community’s most powerful bank, tossed her into an impossibly dangerous situation and infiltrate her beloved bank with the Mafia, who occupy the two executive positions above her. We watch as she morphs from a quiet, hard-working, single Mom, into a powerful leader of the bank, discovering, previously unknown God-given talents and abilities, accomplishing amazing feats. I wasn’t able to put the book down and couldn’t wait to finish it. Now, I can’t wait to read it again—and again.

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