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    Contemporary Fiction

    Redemption Lake by Susan Clayton-Goldner Winston Radhauser Series #1 Dark and twisted story of friendship, family, betrayal, loss and murder while also being a coming of age story for Matt and perhaps his friend Travis this is also a debut detective series that will star Winston “Wind Radhauser, if I can go from what I read in the title. Just about everyone in this book seems to have suffered loss and/or betrayal of some sort-I won’t list them but they are legion and impact the characters and the story in more ways than one. The main character, Matt Garrison, seems to have the most to deal with in coming to terms with a cousin that died when he was twelve, the remarriage of his mother, his father’s affair, the death of his best friend’s mother, his best friend becoming involved with what seems to be a church that is almost cult-like and the seeming loss of himself or who he might have been if so much that happened in his life had not occurred. Every choice he makes is based on trying to do what is best for himself, his family and friends but each lie or lie by omission and many of his actions only makes his turmoil greater and the situation he finds himself in even more difficult to deal with. The way the murder is solved is not direct or easy but instead is littered with false starts, twists and turns, withheld information and mistakes made by one character or another. Ultimately the correct villain is found and put away and the groundwork put in place for Radhauser to solve another crime in the future. Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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