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A Good Killing

Audiobook
Selected as one of "Summer's Best of the Best" books by O, The Oprah Magazine, Allison Leotta's spellbinding thriller follows prosecutor Anna Curtis as she heads home to Michigan to defend her sister in a case that will bring her to her knees.
How far would you go to save your sister?

Anna Curtis is back in her hometown just outside of Detroit. Newly single after calling off her wedding, Anna isn't home to lick her wounds. She's returned to support her sister, Jody, who has been wrongfully accused of murder after their old high school coach, a local hero, dies in a suspicious car crash.

But maybe Jody isn't so innocent after all. The police are convinced that Jody was having an affair with the married coach and killed him out of jealousy. As Anna investigates with the help of her childhood friend Cooper Bolden, an Afghan War veteran with a secret of his own, she slowly peels back the facade of her all-American town and discovers that no one is telling the truth about the coach, not even the people she thought she knew best. When the town rallies against them, threatening not just Jody's liberty but both sisters' lives, Anna resolves to do everything she can to save her sister and defend the only family she has left.

In her best book yet "with surprising twists and an ultimately satisfying conclusion" (Booklist), Allison Leotta, "the female John Grisham" (The Providence Journal), explores the limits of vigilante justice, the bonds of sisterhood, and the price of the truth.

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Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781442383500
  • File size: 283726 KB
  • Release date: May 12, 2015
  • Duration: 09:51:05

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781442383500
  • File size: 283760 KB
  • Release date: May 12, 2015
  • Duration: 09:51:02
  • Number of parts: 8

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Selected as one of "Summer's Best of the Best" books by O, The Oprah Magazine, Allison Leotta's spellbinding thriller follows prosecutor Anna Curtis as she heads home to Michigan to defend her sister in a case that will bring her to her knees.
How far would you go to save your sister?

Anna Curtis is back in her hometown just outside of Detroit. Newly single after calling off her wedding, Anna isn't home to lick her wounds. She's returned to support her sister, Jody, who has been wrongfully accused of murder after their old high school coach, a local hero, dies in a suspicious car crash.

But maybe Jody isn't so innocent after all. The police are convinced that Jody was having an affair with the married coach and killed him out of jealousy. As Anna investigates with the help of her childhood friend Cooper Bolden, an Afghan War veteran with a secret of his own, she slowly peels back the facade of her all-American town and discovers that no one is telling the truth about the coach, not even the people she thought she knew best. When the town rallies against them, threatening not just Jody's liberty but both sisters' lives, Anna resolves to do everything she can to save her sister and defend the only family she has left.

In her best book yet "with surprising twists and an ultimately satisfying conclusion" (Booklist), Allison Leotta, "the female John Grisham" (The Providence Journal), explores the limits of vigilante justice, the bonds of sisterhood, and the price of the truth.

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