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The Badger Redemption is the third and final instalment in J. A. Ricketts’s masterpiece series that focuses on the far-reaching consequences of a small town’s actions. As with some endings, this book also serves as the beginning of something new: a legend. Bill Hatcher’s confession has set off a chain of events that has forced the residents of Badger, Newfoundland, to re-evaluate their own lives, and to question their place in this world . . . and the next. Constable William Moss is long dead, and his is one of many spirits wandering in unrest as Ralph Drum tries to reconcile the policeman’s murder with new revelations in Ralph’s own family. Redemption is at hand for Ralph, Jennie, and thousands of others whose lives were changed when the Riot claimed a victim. They will soon learn that, in Badger, even dead men tell tales. Let the legend begin . . .
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About the Author
Judy (Day) Ricketts was fourteen years old at the time of the International Woodworkers of America (IWA) Strike of 1959. A native of Badger, she, along with other schoolchildren, watched from the roadside as loggers and local authorities came together in a famous melee that effectively ended the strike. She believes that the children of the day never recovered from witnessing this terrible event in Newfoundland’s history. The Badger Redemption is Judy’s third book. Her first book, The Badger Riot, is a National Bestseller, the #1 bestselling book in Atlantic Canada in 2008, and winner of the 2010 Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage and History Award. The sequel, The Badger Confession, received great critical acclaim and is a Globe and Mail bestseller.