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Publisher's Summary

From the best-selling and prize-winning author of The Last Child and Iron House comes this long-awaited new thriller that will appeal to all fans of Michael Connelly and Dennis Lehane.

Elizabeth Black is a hero. She is a cop who single-handedly rescued a young girl from a locked cellar and shot two brutal kidnappers dead. But she's also a cop with a secret. And she's not the only one....

Set in an America of desperate small towns and uneasy and remote landscapes, Redemption Road has all of John Hart's trademark evocation of the abandoned and the derelict and sense of place. With descriptions so chilling and a story so full of twists and turns you cannot stop listening, it marks a new high point in the writing of this very talented author.

©2016 John Hart (P)2016 Macmillan Audio

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Talk about making women sound stupid...

The story was actually very good and intriguing however ever time the narrator performed his "female voice" he made ALL the female characters sound not just dull but also stupid like they were complete airheads when in fact according to the story the main female protagonist was anything but stupid. I cringed every time he went into his "female voice" and after a while found it quite insulting really.

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  • Sally Quartley
  • 07-13-16

Great story but .....

The narration left me cold. Once I noticed the whine and the gloomy tones I couldn't get passed it. It detracts from a great storyline.

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  • Damaris Collins
  • 06-23-16

Terrible dirge like narration

Would you try another book written by John Hart or narrated by Scott Shepherd?

I just couldn't listed to this any longer hence to 1 star rating

How could the performance have been better?

less laboured

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Redemption Road?

no idea, I didn't get that far

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No

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  • Carol
  • 07-17-16

The sins of the father

What another great book from John hart and told so well by Scott shepherd.
The outcome of a lie told to make it okay to protect a loved one.
The ripple effect that can be created from a small stone thrown into a great lake.
If you listen to one book this year...this is it!

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