Summary

A Dark Redemption introduces DI Jack Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller as they investigate the brutal rape and murder of a young Ugandan student. Plunged into an underworld of illegal immigrant communities, they discover that the murdered girl's studies at a London College may have threatened to reveal things that some people will go to any lengths to keep secret....
Unflinching, inventive, and intelligent, A Dark Redemption explores a sinister case that will force DI Carrigan to face up to his past and DS Miller to confront what path she wants her future to follow.
©2012 Stav Sherez (P)2012 Audible Ltd
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Critic reviews

"A Dark Redemption is a clever, multi-layered beginning to a promising new series…Sherez does a masterful job with a particularity haunting plot." (Henry Sutton, Book of the Week in The Daily Mirror)
"The powerful flashbacks set in Uganda, where, as callow postgraduates, Carrigan and his friends were caught up in the atrocities perpetrated by the deranged members of the Lord’s Resistance Army, promise something quite different, and Sherez doesn’t disappoint. […] Fast paced and slick, this is the first in what could well be an outstanding series." (Laura Wilson, The Guardian)
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4 out of 5 stars
By diana on 04-05-13

A thoughtful story

This book is not just another detective story it reflects on the horrors of war and the impact it has on those who get caught up in it. It is very emotive and the story builds nicely till its climate.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Becky on 12-04-13

A good plot.

First book by this author, it will not be the last.

If you are a fan of Jo Nesbo then give this a try.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Glenn on 29-06-12

Over-narrated

The story is really good and David Thorpe, the narrator is good until he makes up different voices. Unlike, say, brilliant narrators such as Simon Prebble or Simon Vance or George Guidall, David Thorpe is really bad at doing voices. He should stick to his own voice, which is rather good and stop trying to modify it. It's so bad that it really gets in the way of the story, and that's sad because there is nothing wrong with just reading with one's own voice.

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