Redemption Road by John Hart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
John Hart is good--he's like John Jakes and Pat Conroy rolled into one. Southern, slow mystery with a cowboy-esqe feel and a slow-talking, redemption-seeking hot fallen cop who has just gotten out of prison. Now more young women are ending up dead at the abandoned church and he and his kinda woman must figure out who did it.
This book is full of disgusting small town secrets and examples of how the rich and connected get away with stuff because, you know, their last name. Great mystery! And wonderful audiobook--Scott Shepherd can talk to me all he wants!
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