Summary and Book Reviews
A Dark Redemption: Summary and book reviews of A Dark Redemption by Stav Sherez
I have done my share of deep and heavy reading this summer, so it was a great pleasure to read a crime fiction novel by an author new to me. Not that A Dark Redemption wasn’t deep and sometimes heavy, but it is an ideal read for the end of summer: entertaining, compelling, yet addressing issues that stay with us as we return from the beach or vacation. (Reviewed by Judy Krueger).
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