Cemetery Road



Cemetery Road The 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Natchez Burning trilogy returns with an electrifying tale of friendship, betrayal, and shattering secrets that threaten to destroy a small Mississippi town.When Marshall McEwan left his hometown at age eighteen, he vowed never to return The trauma that drove him away ultimately spurred him to become one of the most successful journalists in Washington D.C But just as the political chaos in the nation s capital lifts him to new heights, Marshall is forced to return home in spite of his boyhood vow.His father is dying, his mother is struggling to keep the family newspaper from failing, and the town is in the midst of an economic rebirth that might be built upon crimes that reach into the state capitol and perhaps even to Washington More disturbing still, Marshall s high school sweetheart, Jet, has married into the family of Max Matheson, patriarch of one of the families that rule Bienville through a shadow organization called the Bienville Poker Club.When archeologist Buck McKibben is murdered at a construction site, Bienville is thrown into chaos The ensuing homicide investigation is soon derailed by a second crime that rocks the community to its core Power broker Max Matheson s wife has been shot dead in her own bed, and the only other person in it at the time was her husband, Max Stranger still, Max demands that his daughter on law, Jet, defend him in court.As a journalist, Marshall knows all too well how the corrosive power of money and politics can sabotage investigations Without telling a soul, he joins forces with Jet, who has lived for fifteen years at the heart of Max Matheson s family, and begins digging into both murders With Jet walking the dangerous road of an inside informer, they soon uncover a web of criminal schemes that undergird the town s recent success But these crimes pale in comparison to the secret at the heart of the Matheson family When those who have remained silent for years dare to speak to Marshall, pressure begins to build like water against a crumbling dam.Marshall loses friends, family members, and finally even Jet, for no one in Bienville seems willing to endure the reckoning that the Poker Club has long deserved And by the time Marshall grasps the long buried truth, he would give almost anything not to have to face it. Best Read Cemetery Road by Greg Iles For Kindle ePUB or eBook – millionapartments.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 590 pages
  • Cemetery Road
  • Greg Iles
  • English
  • 20 January 2017
  • 0062824619

10 thoughts on “Cemetery Road

  1. Tammy says:

    This is your usual Iles A crusading and prize winning journalist returns to his small town Mississippi home to a less than functional family and barely functioning family newspaper There is a murder which provides the impetus for the narrative A cabal controls this town and nice men they are not ...

  2. Lisa says:

    A first rate journey into a small town s corrupt power brokers and the length they will go to protect their pockets SUMMARYMarshall McEwan vowed never to return to his hometown, Beinville Mississippi when he left at age eighteen He moved to Washington D.C and became an extremely successful and award winning journalist But now his father is now dying and his mother needs Marshall to help with the debt ridden family newspaper, The Watchman Soon after Marshall s return to Beinville, his boyhoo A first rate journey into a small town s corrupt power brokers and the length they will go to protect their pockets SUMMARYMarshall McEwan vowed never to return to his hometown, Beinville Mississippi when he left at age eighteen He moved to Washington D.C and became an extremely s...

  3. Zoe says:

    Ominous, pacey, and tragic Cemetery Road is a gritty, engrossing novel about life in Bienville, Mississippi, a small town struggling with socioeconomic depression, corruption, murder, scheming politicians, and powerful, rich, white businessmen with no scruples.The prose is descriptive and tight The characters are tormented, scarred, and complex And the plot is a rollercoaster ride of twists, turns, deception, allegiances, revelations, greed, pow...

  4. Judy Collins says:

    Review to come

  5. Carolyn says:

    Greg Illes writes thrilling, complex stories set in the deep south of the United States There are lovely antebellum mansions surrounded by fragrant flower gardens, but he explores the rotten core of these towns, which may contain corruption, murder, racism and injustice This is a long book of 608 pages, but his compelling previous Natchez Burning trilogy contained 804, 814 and 707 pages without unnecessary filler, and I felt they could have gripped my attention even longer In Cemetery Road, t Greg Illes writes thrilling, complex stories set in the deep south of the United States There are lovely antebellum mansions surrounded by fragrant flower gardens, but he explores the rotten core of these towns, which may contain corruption, murder, racism and injustice This is a long book of 608 pages, but his compelling previous Natchez Burning trilogy contained 804, 814 and 707 pages without unnecessary filler, and I felt they could have gripped my attention even longer In Cemetery Road, t...

  6. Carrie says:

    Thanks to William Morrow and Goodreads First Reads program for an ARC of this amazing book The following is my honest review Hands down one of my favorite books by Greg Iles I made the mistake of starting this book around midnight right before I was ready to go to sleep At 3 am, with my eyes struggling to stay open, I kept saying just onechapter to myself over and over It s that good.This story is so gripping It starts out I never meant to kill my brother I never set out to hate my Thanks to William Morrow and Goodreads First Reads program for an ARC of this amazing book The following is my honest review Hands down one of my favorite books by Greg Iles I made the mistake of starting this book around midnight right before I was ready to go to sleep At 3 am, with my eyes struggling to stay open, I kept saying just o...

  7. Tracie says:

    This is a book I received as a Goodreads giveaway It is also my first time reading Greg Iles, but it certainly won t be my least I love anything in a southern setting Other readers have complained that this book is too long I found it so intriguing that I fly through it Lots of interesting char...

  8. Darcy says:

    I usually really like this author, but this book was tough for me I didn t care for any of the characters, hated what they were doing As things went on things go messy, so very messy About the time I started to like a character something would happen and I hated ...

  9. Susan Crowe says:

    I love this author Wow this book was good Gritty, raw and very graphic so beware if you ve never read this author before But wow, can he weave a story His imagination is incredible Highly recommended Scott Brick does a fantastic job narrating if you do audiobooks.

  10. Michele Coleman says:

    A new stand alone by Greg Iles Written in the same vein as his last trilogy Cemetery Road deals with interracial tension in a small town on the Mississippi River When journalists Marshall McEwen returns home to take care of his estranged father he getsthan he bargained for Murder, corruption and big business all seem to erupt and he s now running the newspaper for his fa...

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