CONTINUING HIS EXPLORATION of the quest for redemption, Bill Pronzini grabs the reader with the opening line of Step to the Graveyard Easy and shows once again why he is considered one of the best of the contemporary noir authors.
Matthew Cape has no time to worry about his fears; caught up in events not of his making, but inescapable, he does things he's never dared and goes places he's only dreamed about. He's given up everything he ever had, but nothing at all of what he is, and if there's a price to pay, Cape is the one who will pay it.
The Corvette is easy, the skydiving fun. and gambling, well... that has always been a passion, though never at stakes this high. Dealing with grifters like Boone and Tanya Judson, however, is a touch of the unknown, and when they try to cheat Cape in a crooked poker game in San Francisco, his route changes drastically. From the City by the Bay to Lake Tahoe, a trail of deceit finally leads him to the peace he seeks, the freedom he wants... and the redemption he needs.
About the Reader
Jeff Granstrom has a long history on stage playing a diverse array of characters including: Herbie in Gypsy, John Merrick in The Elephant Man, Prospero in The Tempest, Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Max in Lend Me A Tenor, Yvan in Art, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, and many more. Jeff is one of the founding members of the long running Las Vegas improv comedy troupe, The Usual Suspects. Most recently, Jeff was seen in The Nevada Conservatory Theatre's production of Brighton Beach Memoirs as Jack. He has also lent his voice talents to many characters in the 20th Century Audio Theatre radio dramas, most notably the title role in the Marc Huntington Adventures.
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