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McDowell seeks an answer to the question, “Can there be redemption for irredeemable?” It looks at one man’s fall out of grace and his journey toward redemption. It is a rather arduous journey, as one has to recognize one’s wrongdoing to make a change. Hiram McDowell develops new relationships that aid him in reevaluating his past in new light and seeing what is genuinely important.
This story is most especially for those who love crime and mystery stories, or who enjoy gaining insight into human nature via fiction. It is a rather difficult journey, as one has to realize one’s wrongdoing to make a change. It is equally for you if you enjoy stories about redemption. McDowell was professionally edited, as I noted no grammatical errors. Consequently, for all these reasons, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.
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