Winner of the WH Smith Fresh Talent prize, author David Hewson is one of Britain's finest crime novelists. Epiphany effortlessly jumps back and forth between the 1970s and 1990s to tell a riveting tale. In 1975, a small group of students gathers in an abandoned barn near San Francisco to indulge in drugs. When one of them commits a heinous act, he is sent to prison. Twenty years later he is released, and the questions about what really happened that day resurface.
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by David Hewson
by Henry David Thoreau
by David Hosp
by David Fulmer
"In 1975, five young Californians rent an old barn to use for sex and drug experimentation. When one of them kidnaps and murders a child, they all become involved. One man, Michael Quinn, is arrested and sent to prison. Twenty years later, an Englishwoman begins asking questions about the kidnapping. Quinn is out of prison, and some of the others, well established in their adult lives, are nervous. Peter Marinker brings a chilling edginess to David Hewson's complex storytelling with his dark, ominous baritone. His characterizations are accomplished without unnecessary flair. As fact, memory, and perception circle reality, Marinker's textured reading offers both substance and the unfocused, dreamlike quality of a consciousness altered by LSD. An original story concept is made even better by Marinker's performance. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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