"Edge of Redemption"
Finding the old man was a shock, but nothing compared to the madness that was to follow...
An experienced detective in Augusta, Maine, Cole Sullivan begins investigating the death of a schoolmate's father, Joe Winslow. However, when suspicion is cast on Winslow's children, John and Kate, Cole cannot protect John from the evidence stacking up against him. Soon the homicide investigation Sullivan leads becomes even more complicated when Kate's husband is murdered and a rash of seemingly unrelated killings breaks out.
As Sullivan seeks to solve the mystery, his own position comes into danger as the state government works to resolve the case as soon as possible, even if that means the true killer remains at large.
Russell Warnberg's novel offers readers a glimpse into the killer's mind as he turns himself ever more fully over to evil.
"Edge of Redemption"
Newly published author Russell Warnberg originally grew up in Minnesota. After serving in the U.S. Navy, he settled in Maine where he currently resides. Having earned an Associate of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota, he continued his studies and achieved a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Education from the University of Maine.
Russ spent his years teaching History, English and a few other subjects while working in public and private schools in both Minnesota and Maine.
He currently resides in Maine with his wife, Elaine.
His son, daughter~in~law, and grandchildren live nearby and are the light of his life.
Great Book, fun read
This book was well-written, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a fun, fast-paced mystery novel. The plot contains many twists and turns, and while it is possible to guess the killer before s/he is revealed, I guarantee this novel will keep readers on the edge of their seats. I thought this book was just as good as those written by some of the more popular mystery writers today, but readers from Maine will find it more interesting due to the many Maine landmarks the author utilizes. I absolutely loved this book, and I'm confident that others will too.
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