Dark Redemption by Stav Sherez

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"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.

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Stav Sherez is a freelance journalist and the author of two previous novels. The Devil's Playground (2004), his debut, was described by James Sallis as 'altogether extraordinary, it introduces a major new talent', and his second novel The Black Monastery (2009), was described as 'dynamite fiction' in the Independent and 'spectacular' by Laura Wilson in the Guardian.
Published January 1, 2012 by New York: Europa Editions. 384 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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A Dark Redemption however does the opposite due to the literary ability of Sherez, with this, his third novel which appears to be the start of a powerful [and timely] series, and one with the theme of dogged obsession from the two lead investigators DI Jack Carrigan and his partner DC Geneva Miller.

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