The Red Road by Jonathan McCarthy
At twenty-years old, Alder never asked to be the man of the house, life just happened. He was the oldest of twelve to a widowed Irish mother. When is brother is found dead on a country road, he is forced to choose between his conscience and the will of his family to seek revenge. In 1933 Depression stricken, Maine, life was hard for most people and the McGinns were no exception. Now faced with tragedy, they will have to come together to move past the heartbreak.
The family crossed paths with the formidable Moreland family. In the dying days of prohibition Parker Moreland thrives by seizing every opportunity to add to his fortune at the expense of others misfortune. The Moreland family believes it lives above the law, and their actions won’t have consequences.
When the two family’s lives crash together, a struggle ensues. Only the power of family can lead from tragedy to triumph.