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April 2011 Book of the Month.
With characters you care about set within a break-neck speed thriller that threatens to engulf you. Get ready and go. It's a brilliant read from a New York Times bestelling author who is highly rated by his peers.
The sins of the past shall not be forgiven...The body of Bernice Hogan, a troubled young former nursing student with a tragic past, is found in a shallow grave near a forest creek. Jolene Peller, a single mother struggling to build a new life with her little boy, vanishes the night she tries to find Bernice. Here cop Karl Styebeck is beloved by his community, but privately police are uneasy with the answers he gives to protect the life - and the lie - he's lived. The case haunts Jack Gannon, a blue-collar reporter whose own sister ran away from their family years ago. Gannon risks more than his job to pursue the story behind Styebeck's dark secret, his link to the women, and the mysterious rig roaming America's loneliest highways...
Closing date: 22/05/2019
'Vengeance Road is a thriller with no speed limit! It's a great read!' Michael Connelly, New York Times bestselling author
'Moves like a tornado.' James Patterson
Publication date: 15/04/2011
Publisher: Mira Books
|Publication date:||15th April 2011|
|Genres:||Books of the Month, Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites, Thriller / Suspense,|
Rick Mofina is a former crime reporter and the award-winning author of several acclaimed crime novels. He grew up east of Toronto, in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. He began writing fiction in grade school. At age 15, he sold his first short story to a U.S. magazine. In his teens he hitchhiked to California and wrote a novel about the experience. He has held jobs ranging from working at a horseracing track to delivering cars to Florida, before he attended Carleton University where he studied Journalism, English Literature, and American Detective Fiction. He landed his first news job as a summer ...More About Rick Mofina