In his debut novel, "Reichold Street," author R.L. Herron created a powerful coming-of-age tale that dealt with tough issues of family dysfunction, bullying, alcoholism, madness and war. It won a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal, and Kirkus Reviews called it "Skillfully written and emotionally charged."
In "One Way Street," the suspense-filled 5-Star sequel, Herron followed several of the same characters through the war in Vietnam, depression, love and a murderous stalker, that one reviewer called "...a mesmerizing thriller."
In the electrifying new thriller, "Street Light," the final book of the trilogy, Paul, Roger, Janice and the rest of the characters discover that not all evil is found in war. Some of it walks on the streets of home.
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