When justice turns to murder,
she'll have to expose the truth... or die trying.
Former victim Palmer Reed is facing the anniversary of her kidnapping and the unsolved death of two men when she receives an invitation to join the board of Tennessee’s prestigious Diamond Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping the victims of crime. Run by Marjoram Swall, a woman known as The Vindicator, who helped rescue Palmer twenty years ago from the hands of their mutual enemy, the foundation casts Palmer into its society of country clubs, elite galas, and fundraisers. Palmer feels like she has finally found her calling, believing that helping other victims will resolve her own painful past.
But something dark lies beneath the Foundation’s surface, and when Palmer discovers that several criminals who went unpunished for their crimes all later died in mysterious accidents, she begins to suspect their deaths were anything but accidental. Once Marjoram’s star protégé, learning everything about the Foundation’s tactics to raise money, Palmer quickly finds herself the black sheep after she takes it upon herself to use those tactics to enact revenge upon those who hurt her so many years ago and a close friend ends up dead.
Faced with the dilemma of keeping their secret or exposing the truth, it isn’t long before Palmer finds herself the target of an unknown killer, her father’s enemies, and even Marjoram herself. For Palmer has discovered what the other directors of the Foundation don’t know— Marjoram’s plot to take justice to the ultimate level—murder.
A page-turning suspense thriller that is part of the Women of Redemption Series, books that feature women who may not be perfect, but perfectly kick-ass when given a second chance. If you’re a fan of Lisa Gardner, Melinda Leigh, or Lisa Scottoline, you will love this new series from Author Lori Lacefield! Be one of the first to discover the series that has readers raving!
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