I absolutely loved the first book in the series, and Redemption Point was just as good! Ted Conkaffey is in a tough place, still, having charges against him dropped for abducting a young girl, but he was not exonerated so many still believe him to be guilty. He's moved away to a small town to avoid drama, and linked up with Amanda, who had been released from prison after serving time for murder. These two unique characters are just wonderful and eccentric and work so well together.
I also really enjoyed how this novel got to the heart of the issue with Ted this time. Perhaps that's not entirely realistic, but I found it incredibly satisfying to understand more about his arrest and the investigation against him.
I find that second books in a series frequently don't hold up to the first, but this one absolutely did! Looking forward to reading more in this series.