Redemption Bluff, Book Nine
Four of five stars
Book Nine – and I understand it’s the final book – of a series, A Badge for Redemption does well as a stand-alone. Cox plants enough nuggets that the storyline flows easily.
Badge started out making me feel uncertain about continuing but see it through I did and I was not disappointed. Cox weaves the pure evil of Charlie Denton with the determination to overcome of both Vanessa and Sam with a skill that at times left me breathless but always had me turning pages. These characters are drawn with a dexterity that had me rooting for them, even before I was completely sure which side they were on.
Picking up a series in mid-stream – let alone at the end – is often daunting, but don’t let that stop you, you’ll miss out on a great read. And, like me, you may be inclined to go back and start at the beginning.
Grab your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Badge-Redemption-Bluff-Book-ebook/dp/B0887Y861H/
[I was fortunate to receive a copy of this book from the author through the 2021 Winter Games Reader Challenge, without obligation to review. All opinions expressed herein are entirely my own and are given freely.]