Redemption Road (CD-Audio)
Macmillan Audio, 9781427275738
Publication Date: May 3, 2016
Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (5/2/2016)
Mass Market (12/31/2018)
Hardcover, Large Print (5/4/2016)
May 2016 Indie Next List
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The first and only author to win back-to-back Edgars for Best Novel. Every book a New York Times bestseller. After five years, John Hart is back.
Since his debut bestseller, The King of Lies, reviewers across the country have heaped praise on John Hart, comparing his writing to that of Pat Conroy, Cormac McCarthy and Scott Turow. Each novel has taken Hart higher on the New York Times Bestseller list as his masterful writing and assured evocation of place have won readers around the world and earned history's only consecutive Edgar Awards for Best Novel with Down River and The Last Child. Now, Hart delivers his most powerful story yet.
A boy with a gun waits for the man who killed his mother.
A troubled detective confronts her past in the aftermath of a brutal shooting.
After thirteen years in prison, a good cop walks free as deep in the forest, on the altar of an abandoned church, a body cools in pale linen…
This is a town on the brink.
This is Redemption Road.
Brimming with tension, secrets, and betrayal, Redemption Road proves again that John Hart is a master of the literary thriller.
About the Author
An actor of both stage and screen, SCOTT SHEPHERD is known for roles in the recent films And So it Goes, Side Effects, and Brief Reunion. He belongs to two major theater groups, The Wooster Group and Elevator Repair Service through which he performs both locally and abroad. Shepherd is widely known for his natural memorization skills after he recited the entirety of Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby for a Public Theater production of the show Gatz.
Praise For Redemption Road: A Novel…
"This is a dark book, made all the darker by Shepherd's stagy interpretation."--AudioFile Magazine
“The depth of emotion in Hart’s words is palpable, and listeners will feel every nuanced sentiment that the characters are experiencing.”--Library Journal