The flavours that Sherez
adds to the novel are many and varied with his keen observations about his
characters’ interactions, a side of London you rarely see in crime fiction and an
African history that Carrigan is desperate to forget. All of this has a ring of
authenticity that draws you in and holds your attention captive throughout.
Meanwhile, proving that he
can plot with the best of them, Sherez adds a twist at the end that will have
you shivering. A Dark Redemption is classy, captivating and worth every penny
I’m about to urge you to spend on it.