[Epub] ❧ Redemption By David Baldacci – Metalstampedmemories.info

Redemption FBI Special Agent Amos Decker Discovers That A Mistake He Made As A Rookie Detective May Have Led To Deadly Consequences In The Latest Memory Man Thriller In David Baldacci S Number One New York Times Bestselling Series.Amos Decker And His FBI Partner Alex Jamison Are Visiting His Hometown Of Burlington, Ohio, When He S Approached By An Unfamiliar Man But He Instantly Recognizes The Man S Name Meryl Hawkins He S The First Person Decker Ever Arrested For Murder Back When He Was A Young Detective Though A Dozen Years In Prison Have Left Hawkins Unrecognizably Aged And Terminally Ill, One Thing Hasn T Changed He Maintains He Never Committed The Murders Could It Be Possible That Decker Made A Mistake All Those Years Ago As He Starts Digging Into The Old Case, Decker Finds A Startling Connection To A New Crime That He May Be Able To Prevent, If Only He Can Put The Pieces Together Quickly Enough.


About the Author: David Baldacci

Absolute Power, in 1996 it was subsequently adapted for film, with Clint Eastwood as its director and star In total, David has published 36 novels for adults all have been national and international bestsellers, and several have been adapted for film and television His novels have been translated into than 45 languages and sold in than 80 countries, with over 130 million worldwide sales David has also published six novels for younger readers A lifelong Virginian, David graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Virginia School of Law, after which he practiced law in Washington, D.C.David and his wife, Michelle, are the co founders of the



10 thoughts on “Redemption

  1. says:

    David Baldacci s 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly s 14th birthday This tragedy has driven Decker s fierce and implacable obs


  2. says:

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention While visiting his daughter s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago Released for compassionate reasons, the man professes that his conviction was wrong and that Decker nee


  3. says:

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read And it was good, very good in fact.Amos is struggling badly Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter s birthday and he is blind sided with grief for his dead wife and chi


  4. says:

    Perhaps Mr Decker s character is played out Perhaps Mr Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer 3 of 10 star zzz


  5. says:

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a Memory Man.Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked like unlocking your personal cloud which full of memories But also can be curse to remember you


  6. says:

    The author is one of my all time favorites meaning anything he writes, I want to read And from the start four books ago, his Memory Man series was a big hit with me This one, the fifth, adds another five star entry Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character as a result of a football injury, he developed hyperthymesia, which causes him to remember every detai


  7. says:

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter s birthday Well, accurately it s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago As he sits by the grave he s visited by a man he thought he d never see again Meryl Hawkins was the subject of Decke


  8. says:

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals.This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent It opens with Decker visiting what was his hometown to be by his daughter s graveside, where he is confronted by Meryl Hawkins


  9. says:

    old sins cast long shadows Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, The Memory Man , makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly It is Molly s birthday and Amos is suffering Torn between the past and the present It is there, in his grief, that he is visited by a ghost.His name


  10. says:

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci s other books I am a bit disappointed, to be honest


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