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Twelve years ago, teenager Molly Singer was tried and convicted for murdering her parents. She was sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison, torn away from her newborn daughter, and forsaken by those closest to her. But now, a series of anonymous letters proclaim her innocence - and point a finger at a deadly conspiracy.
Attorney Dani Trumball specializes in defending the wrongfully imprisoned at the Help Innocent Prisoners Project. But taking Molly's case means taking on a hard-hearted justice system that doesn't like do-overs... and a merciless killer who will do anything to keep a secret history of dirty deals buried. Only the truth will set Molly free and reunite her broken family. And only Dani has any chance of finding it in a showdown that will push her legal talents - and her survival skills - to the very edge.
©2014 Marti Green (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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By Lia on 08-21-17

3.5 Entertaining But A Little Far Fetched

This book starts out, in the first few pages, fairly promisingly---a young girl is accused and convicted of killing her parents, although she is innocent. A group of lawyers involved in an Innocence Project-like practice take on her case.

However, the book then takes a turn when the true circumstances of her parents' deaths start to unfold. People start getting killed like flies, in a way that is almost funny in its overkill. The truth involves just about everyone you could possibly imagine that is in power in the fictional Hudson county. The ending is never really in doubt, but first we go through lots of court action repeating plot points.

There are also a few times that the book contradicts itself. The most noticeable to me was a newspaper article quoted early in the book saying the jury in the original case took only four hours to deliver a verdict. Later, it becomes a major plot point that the jury took five days to deliver a verdict. That kind of things makes me wonder about the editing here.

I think the author was very well meaning. She wanted to illustrate several points, most especially that false confessions occur more often than you would think.

However, the first book was better than this one. But the book was still entertaining and I will continue to the next book.

Tanya Eby was very good with the delivery of the story

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By Dellyn on 03-26-15

Another great story!

Very much enjoyed this novel, really felt for Molly. Nice amount of twists and turns throughout the book. Only one negative, I was getting a bit tired and annoyed at having to hear about Dani's son and his impairment, it was definitely over stated and referred to too many times in the first half of this story and not pertinent to the novel. I'm hoping it's barely mentioned in the next book.

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