Frank Corso is a pariah--a journalist once vilified for making up "facts" on a major crime story. Yet slow, sheltered Leanne Samples trusts no one but Corso to tell the world that her courtroom testimony that put Walter Leroy "Trashman" Himes on Death Row was a lie. Convicted of the savage slaying of eight Seattle women, Himes is only six days from execution, unless Frank Corso and outcast photographer Meg Dougherty into a struggle that goes far beyond right, wrong, truth, and justice. Because the lowly and the powerful alike all want Himes dead at any cost--despite startling new evidence that threatens to devastate a city once again.
About the Author
G.M. Ford escaped teaching English at a community college to write full time. He never (well, rarely) suffers fools, and he enjoys music, cooking, eating other people s cooking, boating, golfing, and arguing about everything under the sun. He is the author of more than a dozen novels, including Cast in Stone, The Deader the Better, Red Tide, and The Nature of the Beast.