One of the late Howard Fast's final audiobooks, Redemption is equal parts touching romance and edge-of-your seat suspense. Performed with an incredible range from veteran narrator Christopher Kipiniak, Redemption follows Ike Goldman, a retired law professor, as a chance run-in with a woman attempting to jump of the George Washington Bridge leads to a passionate romance between the two. However, when her estranged husband is found murdered, and she is the prime suspect, Ike must figure out the truth and save the woman he loves.
When the love of his life is accused of murder, a university professor will stop at nothing to prove her innocence.
On a late night drive home, Ike Goldman, a retired Columbia University law professor, saves a woman from killing herself by jumping off the George Washington Bridge. The woman's name is Elizabeth Hopper, and Ike, a widower, unexpectedly finds himself falling in love.
Everything changes when Elizabeth's estranged husband, a rich Wall Street executive she claims abused her, is found murdered, and Elizabeth is the prime suspect. Now Ike must uncover the truth, even as he fights to protect the woman he loves.
Fast-paced and suspenseful, Redemption is one of Howard Fast's last audiobooks, and a remarkable story of love and loyalty amid the most harrowing of circumstances.