Years later, Lisa is a federal prosecutor, and her dad, James, now a former agent, contacts her asking for help. He sends her the two pictures that he took so many years before and tells her that the wrong man has spent years in jail. His execution is coming up, and James Waldren is determined to find the truth. He brings Lisa into his investigation which includes searching for the other child in the two photographs.
This is a wonderful story about a tumultuous time that had me engaged from the first chapter. The author brings in history of the time and takes the reader on a hunt for justice that was often missing in those racially biased years. Her characters are realistic because she is pulling from a life that she is familiar with, and the story itself was taken from two pictures that her father did send her.
The mystery was a light one that held my attention as did the history of the Kennedy years...always a favorite of mine. There were a few parts that left me wanting a bit more of an explanation, but on the whole this is a book I am happy to recommend.
Publisher - Thomas Nelson
Date of Publication - January 21, 2014