by Marti Green
Pub Date 28 Apr 2020
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"Burning Justice is an emotionally riveting story of an attorney's heroic struggle to save the life of a woman on death row convicted of a horrific crime on outdated expert evidence. Well-drawn characters, with twists that propel you to a riveting end."
--Robert Dugoni, New York Times Bestselling Author of My Sister’s Grave
The newest in Marti Green’s award-winning books about the wrongly accused features Dani Trumball in another suspenseful courtroom drama – and her fiercest fight yet.
Convicted of setting fire to her house and killing her three children, young Texas widow Becky Whitlaw is sentenced to death. Becky maintains her innocence—even though a part of her worries she may have indeed committed arson during a drunken blackout.
Twenty years later, attorney Dani Trumball works with the Help Innocent Prisoners Project, defending cases of the wrongfully convicted. Now living with her husband and two children in California, Dani takes Becky’s case, even though the evidence paints a grim picture.
California has been besieged by wildfires, and the raging fires strike dangerously close to home. Dani fights to gather new information that might save Becky’s life, while keeping her own family secure, but time is running out.
Getting justice in this case may test not only Dani’s legal talents but also the limits of her own heart.
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