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Destiny intervenes for Tucker Millis, a delusional writer who needs a purpose in life and a plot for his new novel. When he discovers his new phone number once belonged to a man on the verge of turning himself in for a twenty-five year old murder, it's a dream come true. Tucker uses the messages and calls intended for the murderer to manipulate lives and to craft his story. But he's propelled back to reality when he can no longer escape the full horror and dire consequences of the world he's created...

©2012, 2013 Tracy L. Carbone (P)2013 Shadowridge Press

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Not what I expected, and that's a good thing...

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I expected a good murder mystery, but ended up with an dark and creepy psychological thriller and love story. None of the characters was exactly who I thought they were going in. I can't say enjoyed getting to know Carbone's characters, because some of them were really horrible people, but I wanted to know their stories, to be able to put the pieces together.

What does P. Gardner Goldsmith bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

P. Gardner Goldsmith gives Restitution the feel of an old radio play. He isn't just reading the story, he's letting us eavesdrop on the characters as their lives unravel.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Can't say without spoilers :)

Any additional comments?

Looking forward to reading more from Tracy L Carbone in the future.