Author: Leigh Clary Abdou

Leigh Clary Abdou is a graduate from the University of Georgia and wrote her first book in the third grade. That story, along with a collection of poems and other books, can still be found in their original location - a purple Trapper Keeper.

When Leigh isn’t writing, she’s reading or watching reruns of Friends and Sex and the City.

She considers being a wife and mother her life’s greatest accomplishments.
The Thief Redeemer is her debut novel.

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REVIEW: The Thief Redeemer by Leigh Clary Abdou

REVIEW: The Thief Redeemer by Leigh Clary Abdou

REVIEW The Thief Redeemer is an apt title for this book because that’s exactly what this story is about. It’s quite literally about a career criminal, a car thief named Brandon, who progresses from a man with no regrets or aversion to his criminal way of life, into a man who falls in love and is willing to put his life on the line in order to prove he is worthy of a special woman. I love this premise. I love dark books and this one starts out dark. Brandon has a years old vendetta with a local lawyer and this is his initial motivation for going through with a harebrained plot to kidnap two innocent girls. He needs to take the heat off himself, so what better what to do that than to kidnap the lawyer’s daughter. He first meets the heroine, Claire Peters, when he poses as an… Read more »

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