Red Leaves (Paperback)
Mariner Books, 9780156032346, 300pp.
Publication Date: June 5, 2006
In his desperate attempt to hold his family together by proving his-and the community's-suspicions wrong, Eric finds himself in a vortex of doubt and broken trust. What should he make of Keith's strange behavior? Of his wife's furtive phone calls to a colleague? Of his brother's hints that he knows things he's afraid to say?
In a "heart-wrenching and gut-wrenching" (New York Daily News) race against time and mistrust, Eric must discover what has happened to Amy Giordano and face the long-buried family secrets he has so carefully ignored.
About the Author
THOMAS H. COOK was born in Fort Payne, Alabama. He has been nominated for Edgar Awards seven times in five different categories. He received the Best Novel Edgar, the Barry for Best Novel, and has been nominated for numerous other awards.
Praise For Red Leaves…
"Red Leaves is one of the best novels you'll read this year--gripping, beautifully written, haunting, surprising and devastating. Thomas H. Cook has long been one of my favorite writers. Red Leaves will show you why."--Harlan Coben
"One of the most suspenseful of crime-fiction writers, [Cook] is also one of the most lyrical . . . Readers will glimpse blurred snapshots from their own lives--and be afraid."--Cleveland Plain Dealer