"Howard Fast is something of a national treasure," says The Denver Post, and his newest novel, Redemption, is "skillfully told"-the story of a man who, late one night on the George Washington Bridge, encounters a woman preparing to jump. He saves her life-and she will change his forever…Ike Goldman and Elizabeth Hopper come from different generations and different worlds. But when she is accused of murdering her ex-husband-and the evidence against her rapidly mounts-the greatest barrier between them is the doubt that whispers in Ike's ear and threatens to destroy their fragile new bond. Part murder mystery, part love story, part courtroom drama-and finally, a meditation on the meaning of faith and redemption-this is a compelling new novel from "an accomplished storyteller who makes you think about the larger questions." (Washington Post)
Publisher: Berkley Bks.
From the critics