Cemetery Road by Greg Iles
Cemetery Road by Greg Iles PDF novel free. Cemetery Road is the fiction, thriller, crime, suspense and mystery novel which describe the story of a journalist who decided to go back to his hometown.
Description of Cemetery Road by Greg Iles
Cemetery Road is the mystery, crime, thriller, fiction and suspense novel which shows the story of an experienced journalist who makes his mind to go where he belongs. Greg Iles is the author of this fantastic novel. Marshall McEwan was just eighteen-year-old when he left his hometown in Mississippi. He promised with himself to never return back. Marshall is one of the most successful journalists in Washington DC. He worked really hard since he moves out of the town. His father is ill and he decided to make a visit to his hometown. He also wanted to face the business which he left a few years ago.
His town Bienville, Mississippi completely changed, the newspaper of his family is almost failed and most important his youth love marry to some other guy. The outlook of the town is upgraded and it looks beautiful. His family owns a newspaper from the last 150 years but now its condition is miserable. Jet Turner was his crush when he was a teenager but she is married. Right after his arrival in the town, someone killed two guys who worked in Bienville Poker Club. There is no one who witnessed these murders but Marshall will not let go. When Marshall tries to investigate this case, sooner he found out that this case is complicated than anyone imagined. Will be able to unfold the reality of Poker Club and mafia working behind it?
Details About Cemetery Road by Greg Iles PDF
- Name: Cemetery Road: A Novel
- Authors: Greg Iles
- Publish Date: March 5, 2019
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Crime, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 608
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0062824619
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