[ Read Audible ] Justice at BaragulaAuthor Mary Hawkins – Z55z.co

Justice at Baragula concludes thebook Baragula series and tells of Bradley Hunter who has now fufilled his ambition to be the policeman stationed at Baragula Years before, Brad risked his relationship with his teenage sweetheart, Madeline Honeysuckle, to leave the area for his essential training and experience Now he realises she has changed so drastically from the happy girl she had been, his hopes of reviving their relationship seems hopeless Not long after Brad insisted he had to leave without her, Maddie s life had collapsed around her Her mother s death was only another catalyst that forced her to believe she was unlovable Even God no longer answered her prayers because of the woman she has become Danger from the past begins to stalk and traumatise Madeline again She is forced to turn to Brad the policeman for protection and his expertise to bring to justice the criminal who again threatens her and those she lovesCan two young people with scars from their past discover a way back to love, not only for each other but for God whose ways may sometimes be hard to understand, but does exercise His justice, truth and love when and how He wills Publisher


10 thoughts on “Justice at Baragula

  1. Omega Writers Omega Writers says:

    Four and a half stars.Two reviews from our CALEB reviewers Life at Baragula is never dull and once again Mary Hawkins has produced an exciting novel with all our old friends as the key players She writes a mystery where God,romance, small town gossip, murder, intrigue and revenge are skilfully interwoven to make a very readable story Mary Hawkins knows outback Australia and the Baragula series speaks to the heart of her readers Brad Hunter is an underprivileged boy who makes good and returns Four and a half stars.Two reviews from our CALEB reviewers Life at Baragula is never dull and once again Mary Hawkins has produced an exciting novel with all our old friends as the key players She writes a mystery where God,romance, small town gossip, murder, intrigue and revenge are skilfully interwoven to make a very readable story Mary Hawkins knows outback Australia and the Baragula series speaks to the heart of her readers Brad Hunter is an underprivileged boy who makes good and returns to Baragula as a much respected police constable Madeline Honeysuckle is a formerly happy young woman who now guards a closely kept secret Justice at Baragula is a journey with them on an exciting and often bumpy trip.This book should appeal to anyone who loves God It s a romance and an intriguing mystery all in one DSBradley Hunter has achieved his goal to return to Baragula as the local police officer He still loves Maddie Honeysuckle, but something has happened to her while he s been away He doesn t know what has changed her, but he knows she needs his help When a danger from the past threatens the Honeysuckles, Maddie must learn to trust Brad again Perhaps it is time to let God heal her wounds This is the third in the wonderful Baragula series, and I think it may well be Hawkins best so far She skilfully weaves together drama, romance, suspense and the Gospel message of forgiveness and redemption through Christ WN


  2. Iola Iola says:

    Although I have been interested in reading the story of Maddie and Brad since Return to Baragula, I found this book difficult to read The opening pages referred to much to the previous book which would make this one difficult to read as a stand alone Brad seems to have developed a sickly sweet personality that he didn t have in the previous books, constantly calling Maddie darling , and something about Maddie s spiritual journey just didn t work for me Having said all that, it was a good en Although I have been interested in reading the story of Maddie and Brad since Return to Baragula, I found this book difficult to read The opening pages referred to much to the previous book which would make this one difficult to read as a stand alone Brad seems to have developed a sickly sweet personality that he didn t have in the previous books, constantly calling Maddie darling , and something about Maddie s spiritual journey just didn t work for me Having said all that, it was a good enough story, just not as good as the previous books in the Baragula series.So why the 2 star review Sadly, the things that negatively affected my enjoyment of the book werefrom the publishing end Firstly, there were editing proof reading errors, with three spelling mistakes in the first sixty pages edition instead of addition when referring to a new addition to the family, midnight instead of Midnight when referring to the name of a horse, and your instead of you These might be minor, but while one mistake can be considered an accident, but three in sixty pages just looks careless The first mistake was on only the second page, and it was so distracting, it pulled me away from the story I also got irritated by the grammar too many exclamation marks and not enough commas , and by the font size, which was too small the book was halfway between standard trade paperback size and standard mass market paperback size, with mass market font size It made the book physically difficult to read Please, publishers, do yourselves and your authors a favour by doing your jobs well Proofread, edit even very experience authors need good editing , and please, please, use the standard sized font not the small font this book used If you are trying to keep costs down by using less pages, try using cheaper paper instead most books published out of the US use a newsprint rather than the glossy white this was printed on.A bitcare in the editing and a decent font size probably could have pushed this to a 4 star


  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    This is my favourite in the Baragula series


  4. Paula Vince Paula Vince says:

    Readers of the two prequels to this book surely know that Mary Hawkins has a skill for delving deeply into the secret and most protected thoughts of her characters hearts Anybody looking for a story in which hidden layers and complexities are gently revealed and healed with God s love can rest sure in the fact that she ll deliver what you hope for.I love the honest and true blue setting of this series the town of Baragula and its outlying properties The characters are the sort of hard workin Readers of the two prequels to this book surely know that Mary Hawkins has a skill for delving deeply into the secret and most protected thoughts of her characters hearts Anybody looking for a story in which hidden layers and complexities are gently revealed and healed with God s love can rest sure in the fact that she ll deliver what you hope for.I love the honest and true blue setting of this series the town of Baragula and its outlying properties The characters are the sort of hard working and quietly humorous country folk who deserve to be featured in novels, as they are true heroes who form the backbone of our country and often remain unsung.Those who have already read Return to Baragula and Outback from Baragula will be happy to see the way in which the relationship between town cop, Bradley Hunter and his estranged sweetheart Madeline Honeysuckle unfolds I love Brad because there is something special about a person who begins life with circumstances seemingly piled up against him, yet makes something of himself that we can truly admire The secret Madeline keeps to herself, which has been hinted at in the former novels, is at last revealed to our shock I d definitely recommend that if you haven t read the first two books, do so before you read this one, as it ties the story up beautifully for everybody


  5. Katrina Katrina says:

    Each book in the Baragula series never disappoints This book had me in from page one As I had read both other books in the series I was very much looking foward to reading Justice at Baragula I made myself only read one chapter at a time as I knew it was the last in the series I loved the way God s love is always the strongest theme all along this book Read this book if you enjoyed the others in the series It will not disappoint


  6. Jenny Glazebrook Jenny Glazebrook says:

    Another great book from Mary Hawkins I found myself completely carried along by the story I desperately wanted justice for Madeline and felt I understood her I loved Brad and the way he related to her A lovely romance with plenty of drama to keep you turning pages As always, Mary brings the book to a very satisfying end, leaving you wantingonly because you have grown to love the characters and have become so involved in their lives.