Follow the tumultuous legal and emotional challenges of widow and mother of four, Julie Woodruff, who is set up for a crime, thrown into prison, and survives an attempt on her life just because of her job as the public works director of the small Southern California city of Playa Bonita. With the help of her children, she turns the incredible obstacles she faces into a positive result. Experience first hand why Congress needs to change the current federal environmental law that would allow innocent people to go to jail.
M.T. gives an overview of the book:
My day job is as an environmental lawyer, but I write for fun and as a way to raise money for charities related to the stories I write.
Before turning to novels, my published writing was limited to law journals and legal briefs. Creating dialogue and maintaining an...