In Redemption, Joseph Rosenbloom explores the last thirty-one hours and twenty-eight minutes of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. An intimate portrait of Dr. King’s final hours, the book draws on dozens of interviews, archival documents, and photos to paint a riveting picture of the complex circumstances leading up to his death. With publication timed for the 50th anniversary of King’s assassination, the book has launched to tremendous accolades, including starred reviews in Booklist and Foreword and praise from New York Times columnist Charles Blow who called it ‘immersive, humanizing, and demystifying.” Excerpts have run in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Salon, The Guardian and in Parade.com. An original essay from the author is running at Time.com as a part of their MLK 50th anniversary special, a short review is in the current issue of Christian Century, and a Q&A in the Smithsonian’s subscription e-newsletter. The author recently recorded an interview with NPR’s Morning Edition for their coverage from Memphis. Some of the other radio coverage includes Make It Plain with Mark Thompson, In Black America, The Karen Hunter Show, and Radio Boston. In addition to numerous forthcoming broadcast interviews, the author has a robust speaking schedule, including at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis.