The three women have known each other since high school, but have very different lives. This is the first book I’ve read in the series, and it is very well done. With his vision intact, Jim proudly wore a police uniform, tracking drug dealers, thieves, and an armed robber in the precarious days before Baltimore cops wore bullet proof vests. With his eyesight deteriorating, Jim defied a government doctor who ordered him to stop working. A new character arrives on the scene. In this book, Jim Cabezas tells the stories of his life growing up in an immigrant working-class family in Baltimore and of his career witnessing and rooting out corruption among public officials in Maryland. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. It’s a page-turner full of shocking details—about the Baltimore Police Department and about those local and state politicians who only served Baltimore in order to serve themselves. The Eyes of Justice, the fourth installment of the Triple Threat Series, was a wonderful and suspenseful tale of mystery and friendship. Widely respected as one of the area's top criminal investigators, Jim Cabezas is an inspiration to those who share his passion to investigate corruption regardless of the consequences. This book grabs you from page one and doesn’t let go. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of. This book was stunning, unexpected, unique, emotional, and adrenaline rushing. Start by marking “Eyes of Justice: A Career Crime Fighter Battles Corruption...and Blindness A Memoir” as Want to Read: Error rating book. Cassidy Ex Boyfriend was a cop, he changed he became controlling with well timed burst of violence, she went public about it. Joan Jacobson’s done a wonderful job telling it.”--Michael Olesker, Author and JournalistA riveting true-life story of a street cop who overcomes blindness to become Maryland’s chief political corruption investigator during one of the darkest days in Baltimore’s history – the downfall of Mayor Sheila Dixon. With his eyesight deteriorating, Jim defied a government doctor who ordered him to stop working. When you are blind, you cannot see a person’s identity, beauty, wealth, power, race, etc. But it ended up being a really good read, a little sad but good! A cop's fight for success against blindness, Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2019. But, the killer may be out to get more than one member of the group. Out of the three that I have finished, this is my favorite! Please try again. I bought this audiobook when it was on sale and look for books to listen to in my care because I have a long commute to work. Lis is the author of eighteen books, including the first in The Hunting Series, Hunting Charles Manson: The Quest for Justice in the Days of Helter Skelter, out in paperback from Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins on June 25, 2019. Cassidy receives a hot tip. The three women have known each other since high school, but have very different lives. She is the former legal analyst for Fox News, former co-host of WOR radio's “WOR Tonight with Joe Concha and Lis Wiehl,” and was an anchor for the Law & Crime network (a multi-media live trial network). Starting, very sad, but the plot is much deeper than first expected, til it's apparent someone wants the Triple Threat Trio dead. Eyes of Justice book. There are no chapters that drag, and it is constantly on the go with suspense. His experiences in law enforcement alone would have made for a terrific read, but his personal battle makes this memoir all the more resonant. I liked the unique relationship of these three professional women had that I read about in book one. The Triple Threat are down to two friends, will they find justice for their friend’s murder before it’s too late. Cassidy agrees to meet the caller. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in, + No Import Fees Deposit & $8.98 Shipping to United Kingdom. He was the primary person responsible for the discovery of Mayor Sheila Dixon's embezzlement and corruption. In his career, this dedicated man with a profound sense of justice worked on cases ranging from the secret recording of Monica Lewinski by Linda Tripp to the conviction of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon for perjury and misconduct in office. Please try again. At times it seemed as though I was immersed in a movie of his life as an invisible observer sharing his experiences, hurts, and doubts. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. This is a case she wants to help with and dives in. Wondering why Baltimore, Maryland, is in the state it is? In a city plagued with gun violence, he wore no firearm - or even a concealed wire- to hunt for mob bosses, while befriending strip club owners and prostitutes.When he finally got his gun back - after resurfacing as a detective - Jim could no longer see well enough to shoot. The book also talks about his life, the loss of his parents, his marriages and divorces, and his. It comes across as a vanity piece instead of a publication-worthy autobiography. You’ve certainly captured Baltimore as anyone familiar with its culture will know. Despite public outcry against the inquiry, the mayor was convicted and forced to resign.Eyes of Justice is a memoir of one man’s faith and devotion to duty who refused to be defined by his disability. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. If you thought that the cesspool of Baltimore City politics is recent, you’d better check out this book. Despite a childhood affliction that left James Cabezas with the grim knowledge that he might one day go blind, he led a courageous career in law enforcement for more than four decades. Reader gets the idea, this book last of the series, but then a twist occurs. Lis Wiehl and April Henry did it again. A murder, and the three ladies look to solving it. A new character arrives on the scene. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He is unconquerable, and his life story is remarkable and inspiring. The Triple Threat are down to two friends, will they find justice for their friend’s murder before it’s too late? Oustanding account of a brave officer's live undercover. I didn’t want to put it down and I found myself staying up until the wee hours just to get as much reading as I could in. Come join the ladies in their hunt for a killer. --John J. McEntee, Jr. He was a Baltimore city policeman and later an investigator for the State Attorney's Office. The Triple Threat was how they would always refer to themselves. He also spent time as a deep covert searching for mafia connections in Baltimore's red light district, all while slowing losing his eyesight due to a childhood illness. Despite a childhood affliction that left James Cabezas with the grim knowledge that he might one day go blind, he led a courageous career in law enforcement for more than four decades. This is a case she wants to help with and dives in. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. He performed his duty relentlessly, despite interference from corrupt, racist and inept cops.While the world’s finest eye doctors kept him from going blind, Jim worked as a deep covert, driving a cab in Baltimore’s notorious red light district. Great read - a former Baltimore City resident I really enjoyed it. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. It began after they met at a restaurant for dinner and ordered the most expensive dessert on the menu. She is the former legal analyst for Fox News, former co-host of WOR radio's “WOR Tonight with Joe Concha and Lis Wiehl,” and was an anchor for the Law & Crime network (a multi-media live trial network). Eyes of Justice: A Career Crime Fighter Battles Corruption...and Blindness A Memoir. A memoir of the life of James Cabezas who spent about 40 years fighting crime and corruption in Baltimore, Maryland. Highly recommended for Marylanders and those who crave the back story behind the headlines. The Eyes of Justice, the fourth installment of the Triple Threat Series, was a wonderful and suspenseful tale of mystery and friendship. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. I hope a copy finds its way to Michael Harrison, the man nominated to be Baltimore’s new Police Commissioner. I just desired that there.