Twenty years after the murder of her daughter, the man who murdered her seven-year-old daughter will be put to death.
Susan is on her way to the execution and begins to panic because something she saw may prove that this man is innocent and the real killer is still out there.
Could she be correct, though? All the evidence pointed to him, so how could the wrong man have been in jail all these years?
Susan did not have a smooth trip so maybe she is just imagining what she saw. Her money was stolen, her car broke down, and she isn't sure she will make it in time to save this man.
We re-live the nightmare of the trial as well as present day.
Mr. Witten’s writing style flowed smoothly, and the story line kept my interest even though the book was tense with some upsetting situations.
You will be with Susan and feel her anxiety and her questioning herself about if she is right.
A nice twist at the end. 5/5
This book was given to me by the author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.