Redemption Kills by L.W.Wedgwood

A thriller adventure with the twists of Dean Koontz and the pace of James Patterson.
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“Dane Larusio is a wealthy, well-respected businessman in his thirties who’s hiding a terrible secret. When he was young, growing up in Genova, Italy, Dane acted as a delivery boy for an odious mob boss. He made good money. What eighteen-year-old could turn down good money? But then, because of Dane’s actions, his father ended up badly injured, and his uncle ended up dead.

A scared kid, Dane did what he had to do: he ran. He never looked back, but he knew something changed in him that day. No longer was he an innocent young man. The older Dane got, the less he feared—and the less he cared—until something finally snapped in him. Dane’s guilt turned into anger, and his anger became a need for bloody vengeance at any cost.

Obsessed with the idea of revenge, Dane plots to assassinate the Kingpins of the now global crime syndicate that corrupted his youth. His main target is a mysterious syndicate overlord known as Krait. Dane suspects Krait might see him coming, but no matter what, Dane is determined to get the job done. How could he guess that the mafia has ties to the Larusio family and that Dane’s own secret isn’t the worst in Genova?”
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Highly Recommended”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Sunshine6486

This book is a novel that will have you on the edge all the way. The only problem with it is you won’t want to put it down, therefore not getting other things done…. 😉 If you want to read a great thriller, then this is definitely the book for you. Go ahead get a copy! You won’t be disappointed.

About the Author

L. W. Wedgwood is a freelance writer who divides his time between wandering the world and writing novels and poetry. His poetry has been published most notably in Poetry International. Redemption Kills is the first part of a trilogy. He lives in Wellington, New Zealand, with his family.

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