Harry’s Justice by Andy Wiseman – Book Review

Harry’s Justice by Andy Wiseman – Book Review

Harrys Justice by Andy Wiseman

Harry’s Justice

Author – Andy Wiseman
Publisher – Createspace
Pages – 318
Released – 14th January 2017
ISBN-13 – 978-1542301176
Format – ebook, paperback
Reviewer – Linda
I received a free copy of this book
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Harry Windsor is an ex-gangland enforcer, now an ex-convict who has made a vow to go straight. But he’s finding it difficult.

Following a chance meeting with a man whose daughter has gone missing, and an offer of payment to find her, Harry begins a search.

The consequences take him back into London’s criminal underworld where he encounters the ruthlessness of Russian organised crime, the cunning of his former crime boss, and the police wanting to arrest him for murder.

The search becomes one of survival as Harry deals retribution and justice in equal measure, yet torn between whether or not to break his vow in order to save the girl.

Harry’s journey is one of self-discovery and dark secrets, facing fears in order to exorcise the demons of his past.

Will the journey’s end bring Harry a level of peace and closure?


The opening chapter of Harry’s Justice set the book up nicely as it gives us a brief look at Harry Windsor’s character, and what he will and won’t tolerate. It also shows us just how ‘hands on’ Harry can be.

We then jump straight into the story, which I loved. Harry is trying to stay on the straight and narrow but finds it hard when he needs to seek justice. Izzy, a news reporter. is trying to locate Harry after reports of a fight in a local pub. The two come unexpectedly together, and Izzy unexpectedly becomes his, sort of, side kick.

The story was exceptionally interesting and well written. The author has used good descriptive vocabulary, and has created this easy to understand and visualise plot.

The brutality in the storyline is feasible and very real. It is within keeping with the plot and definitely expected in a thriller.

Andy Wiseman enthralled me with the devious crimes and deeds he has written. Throughout the book there are also some very dark characters, which came across very real, maybe a little too real!!

Harry’s Justice is a fast paced action book. The story unfolds nicely and the outcome is a complete surprise. I also loved the odd dashes of humour too.

This is a brilliant debut for Andy Wiseman, I was definitely hooked right from the start, to the finish, and would love to read more of his work.

Reviewed by Linda

Pink five stars


About the Author

Andy Wiseman is a fifty-something year old who, since a boy, has harboured a desire to be a writer, occasionally dabbling with some success, yet never committing to it – maybe due to lack of confidence and/or where he was brought up, because back then it wasn’t considered “a proper job”.

Now, finally, to use one of his father’s favourite phrases, he’s “pulled his finger out” and produced Harry’s Justice; and to critical acclaim from those who have so far read it.

Andy says the one big advantage of starting late is that he has plenty of life experiences to write about.

Andy lives in the UK, Lincolnshire, with his partner Sue and their three neurotic rescue cats. He is currently working on his next Harry Windsor novel.

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