Pub Date 27 Mar 2015
She went to jail and found freedom. Arrested on a minor drug charge when found inside of her car after, giving a ride to a friend. Angel is given a court date then released on her own recognizance. But, it is discovered there is a no bail hold on her to appear for a traffic bench warrant.
Angel is informed she has to be held longer though, she insists this is an error in paperwork from previously being fined for driving on a suspended driver's license.
Angel is less than prepared to deal with what happens next. Being stuck in jail becomes, the least of her worries when she learns that her sister Lady, committed suicide while babysitting her son.
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Cristina Deptula Literary Publicist Authors, Large and Small
"The story begins with Angel Harper incarcerated, and learning from her estranged mother by phone that her sister, Lady, has hung herself in the backyard. Angel’s son, Malcolm, who Lady was taking care of, is nowhere to be found. I haven’t read an opening scene of a novel this potent since anything James M. Cain ever wrote. Slowly, through the steady hand of a literary surgeon, Andrea Carr reveals the sordid secrets of Angel’s family, and the devastating effect it’s had on her siblings."
- Hollywood Weekly Magazine - Anthony Ewart, Associate Editor